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":'" Brother Kalcoln X bocano a throat j&*charlib" vhoh he broke froz: -tho 
Hation of Islan becauso of his statdtaolts which o;:pros sod the sentiment 
-of Black anorica and his attempt to organize if black nationalist novc:>>. 
ant. Ho i::nodiatoly put hinself In danger by>#ttonpting to organize the 
black corr.:unity for self-dcfcnso. Be kne^ J||^- our people had tc be e;r>- 
osed to tho naturo of our condition and a'ffotsptod. to ncbilizo then for 
..liberation. It's significant that the only other. black nan who attenft- 
od to organize Black anorica for solf-dcfonso; was run into o^lc.rKalc^ 
Itj's friendlyncss to young Afro-^anorican revolutionaries friGhtc;:o& the 
power structure; It feared that this link up -would load: to. a black revo- 
lution. Also Malcoln c all od upon tho holp of all- sections of the- black •• 
ocrrzunity to fornulato a solution for -tho.ACro-anorican Liberation, st:;i- 
CSlo* Out of this coalition 0f various clononts in the. black corjsunity 
. cano tho ferganization of Afrd-ancrican Unity,- Tho none was designed aft- 
er tho Organization of African" Unity and proved to bo very sisn^fcont, is. 
brother Malcoln's atto^pt to reestablish tho truo noaning of Par. Africa. j- 
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1-ialcoin's first trip to' Africa was very significant because it took' 
the struggle out of tho confines of the continental U.S.A. end linked 



it vith. the "Bandung 11 (non-white) 'Jor Id, .making our struggle i 
ional - tho first tine sine o, the Garvcy":sovcr:ont. 'It destroyo 
. a:yth that our people ere citizens denied their rights, -and the 
ATro-A^crican liberation struggle was -a ddr.ostlc problem. Thr 
slogan of "Ku:,.an Rights", Ijajlcols raised the concept that we w 
Afrlccn captive nation donicjd our right to self .dctcrrJ-nrction. 
trip exposed the U.S. I. A. *s "Unclo M Carl T. Rowan and other "T 
ers who have gone to Africa' to white-wash our struggle. During 
trip "brotiicr ioalcol:: c::posod the Jolmson administration in its 
to rape Africa, and showed, fey enable of tho Afro- A- -.or lean st: 
how Pcn-Africa:.is^ could not bo a :.:co.;ri;igful force for Ai'rican 
ti on unless it- 2 sain .became .universal, in. nature rather then cc 
tel. In doing thisj brother. La lpolr; bocc:.;o.-n r living o;:a:.;plc c 
vcy's original thesis that no .black .person- is froc until all b 
people ere free. • In this waj? he also showed that UuBois was c 
in his original thesis tliat "the problem '.of tho twentieth con'i 
tho problo:u of the color linjo-^'V. ? .■■* '-^-Y-., 
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. V/hon brother I-oIcuLj returned fr or.: -Africa ho destroyed the -yth that ■ 
Blocl: Axrico was clone in it's struggle against the Universal Sieve-..,.. 
^2Ster CU.S. Iivoorialis-). Ho also destroyed the taboos of the Afro- "^ 
African uniting with any. people that tho "boast" said wasn't "co.-l".,. 

; Ho emphasized how ho had received yholc-he-.rtcd support f ron the Chi- -.. 
ncso. anbessodors in those countries. He stated, ovor and over how we 
should think and act os an underground, snd should study guerilla war- ;•;- 

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Brother halcol:.i f through continuous efforts. atte::->tcd to rcl-te the ... 
OAAU to the southern struggle and attempted to unify the Civil Rights-— 
leaders with the nationalist -loaders. Also, brother l.alcolrj's nain 
emphasis was to internationalize 'the Afro-A^oricju struggle; t her of or o 
he decided that a second trip to Africa wss necessary to further con- . 
- solidate the tit.-s of African - Afro- American unity/ When ^lcolrv ro- ' 
turned to Africa, ho was recognized at the Cairo Conference which was , 
the .second convening .of the OAU, ; This rocognitlon'of brother Malcolm J rr 
'" by the African nations zior.nt, essentially, that ho C'.jlcol:.;) rc?rc r - 
sontcd an Afro-Ar.orican government in ordlo,. In his speech at the : „ 
Cairo Conference, he c:;poscd the 'nature 'of U.iS. jLipcriaiis.. a:\d '.forced-;.' 
the African countries to reconsider their ;iosit£?n of non^-'li^vxht .:" 

gainst U.S. imperialism, tils speech brouglU' out the true role of the,; 




concept of the "Po^cc Corps", the imago of every "Uncle Ton" leader 



who over visited Afric.;, rnd forced Afro-A-.ericans living in -ifric;- to. 
talco a position on our struggle, or be loft in an isolated atmosphere. 



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•~ h-lcoln created such c'n atmosphere in Africa ..that SIXC when visiting 
f; there, hud to rc-cvaluato itself, the strucslo, and had to tsl:o stands 
that it lied refusod to tr.ke before, i.e., Con^o, Cube, China, yieuiaa, 
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. i/hen hslcol:: car.o bac^:fron'YdV second" trip to' Africa/ cur people 
recognized that e loader wr.s developing in the. co.-: .unity who had cht 
' potential for lin?:ins up the north and the south es veil as tho i itcr- 
v -^tic-nai scene. The significance *? this va s that brother halcol . 
~ ,-S.<ic£ the sane threat to the sane- -pov;or structure. oo!.-c for cy years 
t- la .or, that .'.arcus Gnrvey had done ."before, lie, liho Garvcy, was 
thrcatc.'inr - the Tower structure bybttcr.'.pcinrj- tQ create a national - 
bl-ick nationalist -ove-cnt that would be linked up with the other op- 
' pressed peoples of the world, .la this way, our. strva^lc would bocr.c - 
- part of an international blacli liberation .struck ai-:cd a;pinst 'J.J. 
- ir.*oeriallo~. i.alcoln bocano -.pre d^ii^orei's to the white power siruc- 
*'- v ture when ho LV.-.rshasizcd the role of the ultra-ri^ht and c;as'L-.r;tl:' e::- 

pneed the "tricknolc-T" of tho racist U.S. ^^vorn^ont. He v-erj:od of 
... tho "fo;: up n-.irth" and 'the "wolf down south'!,." and that tho bound- rius 
'"-"' of l;is£3issi-?pi c:;t;:ndod tt> C;:nsda. - ; "■ - .= ■-'-.-'■ 

Tho C.I. A* became nlernod fron Halcols's constant "rc^'.:rhs onthe r . 

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vos the first tisu en African revolutionary had been invite'v. to cht, . 
black coiinunity (Karl on ) by .a blech revolutionary nationalist 
leader. Brother Uohcc-:c.Eabu. spol:o highly of. brother 1-Ialcol:^, his 
role and his relationship,, in. the' world. struggle,' "* -■ 

■"■■' j-lalcoi:- r^d.'a qualitative chancv in our stru^cie when ho w nt to 
Sjlr^a , Alabama . i.alcolra aadc such a troncnc-oiis impact through his 
exposure of the naturo of iuporielisr: , that the French Government 
donicc hi.-a the ri^ht to s peal:, before a Congress of African students i: 



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The events that wore stated here lc:fitcv:.nt'v/o call the Vsbt-up". '-■ 
The scL-up was the- bobbins of Lalcola's' house , which, fr on 'reliable 
sources ir:ply that the power structure borabed/iiclcolri's house bl- nod it 
on the "I.usj.Imo a - -:d set tho a'c. .osohcro for their old colonial trial: ---?.- 
divide End conquer. . "■;"',.' , ;' . ■ ;*':>; '.-.:\y---~- : - ^-: :.- , : 

2.. halcoln's 'Potitic.i Significance: '"■-..-.-- \ . \.^;;^..^.'U-u-^- ,;.i*.-;. .. 

: .alexin was tho first bl 7 ck loader to .atacl: the U.S. Govern -.cnt as 
the cause oi racis- and the enslavement of our African captive 'nation 



since Aureus G:rvcy. Thraucli Mb existence ho fomed tho bridge 
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It should be notod that Arlcolr. was really be.coi-iln;:- ?. threat to tho 
power structure because of his ~rowirc influence on African and Asiatic 
students in this country mid throughout the world.: In essence, i.alc-jl;.; 
was bcccc-.in;; the. "cJ.-iul" bloc to be instrumental in destroying tho staLc 
.department's prasra;.: ot noo-c-a-loniclisr. in Africa," Asia, end Latin 
A\:oriea.: By I.nlcjL^ opposing Carl T. Tlowan's rolo in the U.J.I, A., ho' 
destroyed tho L'.yth of "sly" Join-son's "Groat Society." He alec- creased 
state department "toxirs" to Africa. Brother AalcolM's trip to Africa 
had ::.uch to do with brother lessor's repudiation of U.S. '"doll'-risa". 
Mixta he told the U.S. tj "3-3 to hell" with regard to U.3. aid and rise 
concorninG it's blatant t racist, brutal activities in tho Con-"c. 3iis 
constant cttachs on tho U.S. {jovorjsicat. particularly tho C.X"A.. -- ■ 
threatened U.S. foreign policy, ' particularly in Africa, md just about 
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His irf luence in Africa was so strong that our African "brothers were 
not going to let "Uncle" ■Jasefl Farmer enter Africa -unless Ealcolcu 
oica.*jPd it« Sue to the efforts of Ifelcolm in. Africa coupled with. 
thO£,e of Robert ?, WilliaiLS in Asia and latin America, the racist •.-.' 
3J,3r.. government was truly pictured as the Universal Slavemastsr, .i.e. 
the "boast, A-iother factor that made Malcolm a threat to the T J.s. 
gcvcrosut was that he organised Afro-Americana how living in African 
cour-."crie3 to politically support our struggle-particulary in Ghana 
aod tha U»A/Jfl.,. Another factor that made Malcolm a threat tc the FBI, 
CIA end it's lacieys was his: preparation x of a document to indict the 
U.3* govermront for genocide against our African-American >cap';ive- 
nation* . Ihls alone would give the CIA reason to assassinate ".-.rofcher 
Malcc3m. Another reason for the CI^s wanting to assassinate him was 
his growing impact- on young hlack militants » Such an impact caused 
a polarisation in the southern movement which developed a blaoh ra- 
tionalist -wing in the south*: Through his telegram, warning, and ■ 
speeches about the far right, he helped escpose the plan -the f^x rijht 
has and is using to ts&e over this country. He interpeted thj far 
right's (facict's) plan and what it meant to blach people • 

His efforts to: organize the organisation of Afro-ju?.eric~n Unity 
was very significant; for thi3 was the first organization cfficially 
recognized by an African govjernment siroe the' U.iN.I.A. of lv!arcus Gar— 
vey. It had the potential of "becoming, a. Black Liberation Front with 
a government an exile e In tjiis perspective the formation cf the or- 
ganization raised the issue to 6hr people to' mill's OS PSRISif. 

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Llalcolm's trip to Selcia) Alabama was the first time that a Black 
""iationalist leader had gone into the south to organize people and 
challenge the.bougeois reformist since the days of the legendary 
J'nrcus Garvey. This led to the unification of the struggle both nor^'* 
th and south, and made ^Icolm a tlireat to ''Charlie's" (U.3.) "house- 
nigger 1 ' program. ET Selma "brother Balcoia destroyed the myth of bour- 
geois democracy* His themo Of "ballots or' bullets'*' led the youth 
to one conclusion— bullets'; The police authorities along with the 
CIA, F3I, and "others" attempted to close in on potent lal_ B 1 ■ \ck3ev- 



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White Anerica*s security; amd presenting what appears to us to be a" 
"frame-up". This was done by projecting that black, youth, at te:.ipted 
to sabotage White America's national shrines, This appears to be a ' 
"frame— up :: because they implied that other black groups were involved 
and they created a fantastic Story which implied that it was port of 
an international conspiracy : involved other heads of state. The sec- - 
ond reason is that they cla^m that they claim Robert ■ Williams i .vas in 
Canada and had pi ruined the v/hole conspiracy which is. of course, ab- 
surd 1 A third reason is that there was unnecessary "gold-fingering-' 1 '■'- 
activity to get tho necessary goods to do the job* One ebony James 
Bond alias "Raymond TUood 5 ' who- was somehow unable to pass hi3 simple' 
college courses! nevertheless managed to '-'nasterni nd" an expose* of 
the so called "international conspiracy" led by some of. the world's 
greatest revolutionary mentors. Weed we say more? , If these events, 
wore believable, then the atmosphere was set for anything, to happen* .^ 

*.'' The "Set-up"- .■ '■' ' ■' ""* ' ' ; " : ■-'<-^^\r\: r.? ; 

. The . : 'sct^up was the bobbing of J/alcolm's house. The white pow-/"f 
cr had estimated that if on6 of the black forces would accuse the •'.' ,. -V 
other then the :r beast" would have created a motive for Malcolm's ass s- 
sination. In this way the '^bcast" prepared for a -week an atmosphere . 
for Malcolm's assassination* Also they set it up so that Muhammad '. 
could be assassinated and it would loolc like Malcolm's forces wore 
pitched against. Dihamnad's. In this way the : T}cost :t figures ho can 
use his age old. colonial strategy of "Divide and conquer 1 ', "nigger 
against nigger". With this the '"beast" had planned to cither annihil- 
ate or discredit nationalist leadership in Black AJicrica, which tould . 
leave only "house Rigger"; and who knows when their turns 'will come. 

5. The Assasination; '. : -, . . './; l^'.fvV;. 

The assasination was. well planned, and- by its nature was obi-- -•-&>. 
viously alien to the Black Community. Prom 'reliable sources there . ' 
aro .■'ncic^tions.that there vSrcrc Negro CIA agents— hired killers— 
in the audience. Tho assassination means that ony black mrji. who J 
attacks the power structure directly, or attempts to asnnizc. our 
people around the "truth" is cither assassinated, .jailed* or forcod ;.. 
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s . av-. on shows that the TThitc American 'govcrniicn.'S "is anti-black; its 
". nature is worst than that of a beast. If it (the U.S. government) 
is anti-black, this moans it is diaactrically opposed to anything 
v/c support and supports anything that tc opposed This brutal, unjust, 




- theory'' or the step "by step destruction, of „thc militant fight ins 
*7ing of the Afro-American liberation struggle. But, and thii: should 

'bo acknowledged, the racist U.S. gororniicnt will not stop at tho 

, annihilation of black militants hu&, like the bloody tiger, continue 
to feed upon the life-blood of our people until "we arc totally a=j~:.- 
hilatod. In short this is fncismi ^This .shows that there- is no..; -h 
thing as bourgeois democracy; and even if there v/erc| it has acL-"'-^ 

' rape, castration, lynching, nurd or , 'and- all fomc of genocide again; i 
bur oppressed, captive black nation* This shows that cither bljLck 
people will be' destroyed or the VJhite American government v/ill be 
destroyed. It is a life or death struggloi This further illusL-ratcs 
that wo have enly one alternative: Unite 'for self defense varfarc._ 
now or Perish! . ..,'/■'. ."'/.•■ ■-.:-•■'--"':'.■--- 

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1.) V7c oust unify under one revolutionary national non-public appar 
tus that is dedicated to destroying all aiiti-blackisas* 

£§) Wo must novo in a unified manner such aP. our ancestors did t/hen 
thoy hoard the drums.. , , ; _ - ,-.;'■■ ;_ -.-■',". ....... 

5.) All black workers . should strike every time. there is an injustice 
done to our people. V V : /. ~ --"■ .\-^''~--- 

4.) Black ghetto youth nust -organize themselves into a libcrition 
force* through sclf-dofer_so v/arfarb, to form protection units fo~ 
Black Aacrica. All. black Students should repudiate the unjust anti- 
black cducationrJ. system* ,.tfc should cause. total dislocrtion of the 
cyst en (stop-in, stop the system) bvcrytimo an injustice is done to 
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vclopc "the Vlack VoI^rXty'likc a casbah of Our African brothers ai.i 

prepare for the ccning storn-ArnagcddcnJ . ■ 

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If we nu$t die, lot's not bo like hogs -■; . 
Hunted and-pomed in an inglorious spot, 
V7hilc roiind us hark the nad and hungry dogs,- • 
1-aking their mock at our accursed lot. 
I.,,:..',. . If.xro nu4t die, .0 let us nobly die,' >. \ -'-.,_ 

So that our precious blood aay not be shod 
In vain; then even the aonstcrs wo defy 
Shr.ll be constrained to honor us though, dca&t 
. kinsmen ? t;c mist ncct the cordon foe » ■ • ■ ■ . 

■,'.:,.- •' \ Though far outnumbered let us shov: us brave, . 

.....' And for their thousand bloy/s deal one dcat'i blov/ t ' 

What though before us lies the open grave 1 ? 
like non too' 11 face 'the nudcrous, cowardly pack, 
Pressed to the wall, dying, but fighting b^ck; 



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Brother Kalcoln X bocano c throat to "charlie" whoa ho bto£o fro= the 
Watica or Isioc because of Ms statcaonts vhlch arprossod the sonti^cmt 
of BlacE onorlca and Ms attenpt to organieo a black nationalist navo.-*. 
oat. Ho 1-niooiatoly put MaselT In danger by attonptinc to orcaniro tho 
block coatnttitv for solf-dofcnso. Bo fcaow that otir pooplc had tc bo «£>- 
oscd to tho naturo of our condition and attoaptod to ncbilieo then for 
libcratlpil. It's significant that tho orjjr other black san ^4io Ettcaj.^ 
od to organize Haci osorica for solf-dofonso was run into orilo. y>ali*f 
l2«s frieridiynoss to youns Afro-anorlcan rcvolutionarlos frishteiioti tlo 
power stnicturoi It foarod that this linU up would load to a black rov — 
lution. Also Kalcoln callod upon tho help of all sections of ■theblae): - 
ao:s=imlty to fortwloto a solution for the.ifrc-oneriean liboratlon. * ti ;*- 
3elo« Cmt Jof tMs coalition of various elononts in the blacfc coaramity ' 
tarso tho Breanlaation of Afro»ancriean ttalty. Bio nano was dcslcnod aft- 
er tho Organisation, of African Unity and proved to bo very sinnifeact ti: 
brother M3leolti*3 afctospt to joostablisn tho troo aoonlnc of Pan Afrit.ii— 

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haleold's first trip to Africa was very significant because it toolc 
the struCElo out of tho conflnos of the continental U.S.A. and lir&od 
It uith tho "BanfiunE" (non-white) Vorld, a.:.klnrj our stru^rlc Internat- 
ional » tjio first ti::.c since tho Garvoy -iovasont. It destroyed the 
-?th that our sieoplc ere citlicns denied thalr rlshts. and that tho 
Afrt>-A=or).err. liberation struggle was s danostic problem. Through Ms 
slogan of n Ku:rj> Jii.jiits", l-alcolr: raised the concept that wo were an 
African el-ptlvu nation denied aur Tlcht to self detcrr-.inr-tion. Jiis 
trip cKausod tlio 0.3.1. A. 's "Uncle" Curl I. rtowan. and other "Tok" lord* 
ers who" hive £r>no to Africa to whi to-wash our struscle. During Us 
trip brother 1-alcot:: e^pasod tuo JolmSfln administration In its -tta^pt 
-to rrpo Africa, and showed, by c^a:4>le of tho Afrc-A'-oric.-.n sti-u^lo, 
how Pan-Afrlc;:.-!*-; could not bo a ucaniiijjful force for African liber-- j 
tlon unless it again, bocj^e Uj'Jversal ln'nr.lTiro r;-thor titii continoti- ■ 
tal. In 4oiii; this* brother I^lccil^ boca.-:o a llviii; cr.a^lo of Gar- 1 

voy's oriaiayl thesis that ni> blacl: purson is frjo until Lll blact - ■ 
people ere froo, la this way ho also showed that "uuDois w;s correct 
In his oTjJcinjl thesis that "the problem of tho twentieth century is 
tho problo.. of tho color lino.*". ■: 

When brother ".-aicuta roturuod fro?: Jtfrica ho fiostrvyoi the .;yth that - 
Blacl: A-.or'ica was clone In it's strasclc a^aijist tho Universal Sl-vo- 
-2stcr {0.5. t^eriolisi;), Ho also destro/ofi tho trboas of tho Afra- 
A.eriean uhitins vjth any ooo-olc that tho "bosst" s-id wssa't "ci.-l". 
_ Ho o:,;ph,"siJ;ed ho*.' ho had received, vhalo-he-.rtcd support fro= the Chi- - 
nooo. snbussadors in those coiuitrics. He stsix-d cvor and over Iwv wo 
should think and act as an ujidor'-r^rnd, siid should study ijorillc v;ar-' 
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■Br^t^cr :»alcol:j, through continuous effarts, attc-. >tod t.^ rel-te the 
0A.VU to the southern stru^lo a:l( j cttccntod to unify the Civil Hd-hts 
loaders w^.th tho wationalist lc.rdcrs. Also, brother ..ale-L-j's =ain 
cc^hesis was t.-> interna tlon.-liza t'ao ^fro-i.n*ie-n s-iru;-lc; thcref-jro 
ho decidooj that a second trip ta Africa w=s necessary to"further coo- 
solldate tho tiv-s i»f Africa a - ATrs-A-Crican unity. When ^leoL-i re- 
turned to Africa, ho was rccajiJaod at tho Cairo Canferoiico wliich was 
tho socond; eonvoni.i; of the UlU. TMs rece-;-iltlon of brjtnor halcol^ 
by tho Afr'icsrx nations caant, osso-;tlally, t:ct ho (".jic^) ro-iro- 
santcd an jifro-Ar-oricaii ^ovcrn^ent L\ CEllo, ' Li Mi spsaoh'^t'tLio ■ 
Cairo Conference, ho crposad tho naturo "pf D.i>. p-iperi-i'is:: and farced" 
the African cnuntrios to roeonsidcr t.'iOi* nasitian of aau-rll2n..-.erji; 
aeainst D.S. i.;.;jerl=lisa. Eis spooeh brouint out tho .true ralo of the ' 
uniiod St.rtcs ia Africa and, in Wj-^t ho terzed "U.d.' d^llnrls» n l to" 
posed Jolvrvson and tho rest of ills racist eovba-'s as,whito supremacists. 
This speech and the rflst of ^alcaL:** trlj»- dostroyed. lii cssoncO, the ■ 
concept of tho "i-C-eo Corps", tJic i^o af cvor-y v Jnclo ror." lc^or 
who ever visited Jitrlc t and forced Afra-A .oricans llviji" in Afric;: to 
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t;>crc, ltd to ro-cvalialw Itself, the »tr»S5lo ( aiu tad to ta^o st^ds 
that it bed refused to take bci'oro, i.e., Cmsc, Cute, China, Viocnaa, 
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i-icr, that :.-.rcus Gsrvo^ had done before. Re, li.:e ja.rvcy, 
tk'cate::5ne the ~>oUQt structure by attc::piln£: to create = n;doMl 
bl^cL nationalist r.oye-eiit that wuiiU he li-iicd up vim tjic -^--fr op- 
pressed -.cdplcs or the world. Ih tills way, sur strv~:lc vauld hec.i:e 
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_ rlalicn. :-lc:->ls bocanc .".ore danjcrfi^ 
turc who lie e.-.*>haslzed the role of the r.ltra-rio'ht : - : - a c^ast.-.-itl;- o:;- 
paacd the "trlcfeh'lccy" -«f tho rv.cist 0.3. ;avcr.i:.er.\:. lie varr.cd of 
tho "fa:: u-> Mrth" s';:d the 'Voir d.-\m south 1 *, and Jrhat tue. bcnii.-darits 
or Kississi-^pi Kit-anded tc Canada. 

TUo C.I. A. becaac "lamed fros l-fclcels's constant remarks on the r - 




i.i the Z-n$3 and "other plac-as". One of the :aaJor events that inflcaiu.l 
*ho CIA an3 It's lackeys scslmsi whet it stead far , aral hov it case 
abaut ; alsla how the CJA attonpte Co das tray It. His inviting brother 
iiOhasnot: Bafeu . one of the loaders af the Zanzibar devolution 
va; the first tfcia en African revolutionary had been invito.: to Vac- 
bl-cl: eos.-ro.iity (Karl a." ) by a blach revolutionary nationalist 
leader. Brafcier i.aha^iie I>abu sjial:o highly ot brother KalcaL;, Ms 
role a:id his relationship In the world stru-£lo. 

>\clcol^: ."aid a qualitative chanc- in iur str-a^nl*-; when ho w nt ty 
Salsa , Aloibaia . i^slc:;X": =adc such a tro^cnCcms liioact through his 
e:tpcsuic of the nat-arc of iaporiallss , that the French ccvorincnt 
denies hl= the rl;ht-ta speai before a Congress of African studc"itc i:: 
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conquer 

2... .j icol^'S Fctitlc-.l Slsrd.flc;;wo: 

I-alc^lz wfis the first bird: loader to.etnck the 0. S. ;?vcr:: :c.-it as 
the cruse of r.icls- and the enslavement af our African captive iictlon 
since .ircus G-rvcy. ISirauch hia existence he forr.od the bridjo bo- 
tveca the i:at jencr^tioo and the ^rocei'v one. lie artieulrted t-io 
vlev« of bith 2er=cr~tidnS sr.d w^s ;oin; la the diroe'don of dovelopir.; 
a pracrca that uavid bavo cjusolldated both rciicrrtloiis towards blcc;; 
libantlan. ify atvoe^tiri; sclf-defc:;sc and exposing the :iituro -'" tho 
U",3. covarav.cTit; tna It^icnl conclusion of w)v;t ho was saying w.-n.ld'va 
led to the icanstructlon of t blrc!: libar-.tion ar:;y. In this c-jatc::; f . 
h c wss to ^a=ci: izorlc;. what U^inbc. was tD tho Cdjieo. la this vay, 
hia spirit Should be to bla.ck rcvelutlo^ry iMtlonallats wlict L\vn-..b:.«s 
spirit lc tie the Caaeolcso J.aticEEl U.ltor.':tl'.in Prant. la tJio Cunjo 
tho word isu "Lu;'.ii,'.ba lives i n In Slac): A-crlca the word ..urt be; ^Jf 
cal_-. lives I « Kecp ^ o n ^ g ushJ-n ^i -- Ch-n : -c is "onna 1 co.-c l' 1 

It should be noted that I^lcols w;s rually be-ec-iia; a throat to the 
pav/or struc'turc because of his ;rowln; influence on .ifrleas aud Asl-tic 
students in. this country ond tlirou^hout the warld. ii essence. ,.ala.>i; 
was bcce^iiip the. "»:'Ul" bloc to be instru^ont-.l in dastrjyin^ tho stato 
dcpart.-icnt'^ prpjr.-^ of ncc-CTlwiicllsjs in ^fTica, Aria, ^nd Latia 
A. -.erica., ty ".-.'leal;; tiscps-slns Carl t. Covin's rale lit t::c U.J.I.i., 5:a 
destroyed the ryth of "sly" Jr.hr.son*s "Orc-t doclcty, " Kc alao o:;-)ostd 
state dep-.rt-*.e;it "tours" to ^vfrica. Brother .^lcrlje's trip t.- J^Trici 
had :.-.uch to da vlth brother Ilrsacr's repudi-itlcn t-f U.S. "doll^^lss ,, . 
f.:c-: he told the U r h. ti "^a to hell" with rc-"rd tn U.S. aid and -lso 
coneeriiliic it's blatant, r-Ciat, brut'l activities ixt Via C-jn-o. bJ.s 
ca^istant attr.cLs a-n the O.S. savarrj.cnt. partlcul.-rly the C.I. i., - 
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'Sis lr f luetic* In Africa was ao Strang that our African brothers were 
not cttig to let "Unci*" Jfcses Formar enter Africa unless Malcolm, 
okayed it. Due to the efr'outs of lislcol!* in Africa coupled with 
thj&e of Kobert 7. TH-llius in Asia and latin America, the racirt *-. » 
U^S <■-.« ovorapeafc «is truly pictured as the Universal Slaveaaster, i.e. 
thii tesat. A-iother factor thfit Bale Ifelcola a threat to the U.e. 
gcvcrbfftrt was that he organiE&d Afro-Americans now living In ifriean 
eausvBries to politically support our struggle-particulary In Ghana 
and tfca U.A,B.. Another factor tnet made Malcolm a threat tc the FBI, 
CIA end it's lackeys was his preparation of a document to indict the 
U.S. gpveraipant for genocide against oar African-Americas captive 
nation*, this alone Would give the CIA reason to assassinate trcther 
Ifeleola, Another reason for the CIA's wanting to assassinate hit was 
his greying Istpact on young black militants. Such an ispcct ciusad 
a polarisation 1 in, the southern aovesont vhich developsd a blaci =;. < * 
tionalist Wing ih the couth,: Through his tel'Jgros, warning, and 
speeches about the far right* he helped expose the plan the far ri^ht 
has and ie using to take over this country. Ee interested the far 
right's (facist's) plan and what it meant to blacl; people* 

Sis efforts to: organlae the organisation of Afro-Ar.erican Unity 
was Ysjry significant; for this was the first organization ci'ficially 
rer.ognifced by on African government sifloe the U.N. I. A. nt tercus Gar- 
vey, !lt had the potential of becoming a Black liberation Front with 
a govesmaent In exile. In this perspective the fomation of the or- 
ganisation raised the issue to C4* people to U1IIT2 OR PERISH. 

}. Eecfent Stents •""■~ ' »■ 

Eaicolm's trip to Selmai Alabama was the first tine that e Biaelj 
Ifationalist leader had gone into the south to organize people and 
challenge the bcugeoie reformist since tie days of the legendary 
Marcus G&rvey. Ibis led to the unification of the struggle both nor* 1 
th and; south, and made Iblcolm a threat to "Charlie's" (U.3.) "house- 
nlcger';' program. 7V. Selaa brother Jialcolm destroyed the myth of tcur- 
>ois democracy. His theme of "ballots or bullets" led the youth 
.0 one ; conclusion— bullets! The police authorities alcnj with the 
CIA, FBI, and "others" attempted to close in on potential Black Hev- 
olutioaiary forces by creating on atmosphere of an internal threat to 
White America's security; and presenting whet appears to us to be a 
"frame-iBp". This was done by projecting thct black youth attecpted 
to Sabotage TJhite America's national ahrin.es. This appears to be a 
"freue^up' because they implied that other black groups rerc involved 
and they created a fantastic story isihich ifaplied that it ma part of 
an in-fcsjmational conspiracy involved other heads of state. The sce- 
'-ond reakon is that they claim thct they claim Robert' Lillians was in 
Canada pn& hnd planned the whole conspiracy which is, of course, £b- 
eurdl A third reason is that there was unnecessary gold-fingorini, ' 
activity to get the necessary goods to do the job. Che ebony James 
Bond alias "Baymond Wood" who me B'on<=hcn7 unable to p^,ss his sicplc 
college courses} nevertheless nanagod to "aasteralnd" an e3po53* of 
the ao called "international coEsp^^^lcy ,, led by sooe of the ucrld's 
greatest revolutionary aentors* Heed wo any more7 If these evar.ts 
sero believable, then the atttoophore vaa set for anj-thlng to happen. 

4. The "Eet-*^", -■ " -'■ '"' 

Th0 "set-Up was the bombing of ihlcolm'a bouse. The white por,- 
er had dstiaated that if one of the black forces would accuse the 
other th|ea the ;, beast? would have created a motive for Kalcoln's ass s- 
einntioii. In this Way th# "boast" prepared for a aoelt an atoc spier; 
for Maicoia'B ossasslnatioa. Also they set it up so that Huhaamd 
could be: assaasi!«tcd and it would looi liicc liilcoln'a forces were 
pitched against llihMcwid'e. In this way the '-'beast" figiircs he ccn 
uso his hgo old.colsai;*! strategy of "Divide and conquer", "nigsor 
agaiii3t ^Igger n . With this the T>cast" had planned to cither ax-Jhll- 
atc or discredit nationalist leadership In Bliok Ahcrica, which rocld 
leave only 1l houso Pigger**t and who toiowo when thoir turns will aonc. 

5. The Aisasinatiani ,,.■■"', _^ "'. ■'■_. 

The assasination was woll planned, and by its nature mis ot 1 *----*. 
viously slicn to the BJnck Coaeunity. From reliable sources there I 
arc ^nSlcitiona that there were Higro CIA f.gcnts— hired ttllocs- 
In oho sudienco. The assassinition neons that rny lilr.ci acn who | 

attr:.ct£ the power structure directly, or attempts to oymizc our 
people around the :L trutb n Is cither CAsaasi^itiad, jcilcd, Dr forced 




Jlatq crUc^btft"thc£jLvcr rcoclTC ltob cl Pcaccryizcs.' The assassin- 

i e**o3 shows that the thlto American g"3vornacn£ 'is anti-black; it 9 
nature ifi worst than that of a hcast. If it (the U.S. government) 
is anti-black, thle aeons it 1b diametrically opposed to anything 

■ wo support or* supports anything tiat wc oppose. This brutal, unjuct, 
evil o.a6a.s3irm.tioa shotra that the "beast" (tj.S. part.) will sto-o at 
not hing to keep our debusaaisod black nation enslaved. This evil .- 
act is fhM ie what Is tec i»csitol-i£. a? i3l.. j ; ".:.; c.'-H'thc "c'iri^- 
tbcory" or the stop by stop destruction of the militant righting 
wing ol the Afro^A&orican liberation struggle. But, and tils should 
be acknowledged, tfaCfiaeiSt O.S. government will not stop at the 
annihilation of tlack s&litants but, liio the 'bloody tiger, coatinu-. 
to f cod upon the life-blood of am people until we arc totally rs^--..- 
hilated* In short this is faciea! This Ehavrs that there is no •£ 
thing as bourgeois dcaocracyj and even if there vrcroi it bis no<.'-"t 
rape, castration, lynching, nurder, and all fores of genocide agai-;;-t 
our oppressed* aa'pttro black nation. This shows that cither blact 
people will le destroyed or the White Ancrican Govornncnt will be 
destroyed. It is a life or death strugglot This further illustrates 
that wojfaavo caly one alternative: Unite for self defense warfare _ 
now or fcrishl 

6, That is to to done t 

1.) We ijnist usify under one revolutionary national non-public appara- 
_^_ tus that is -dedicated to destroying all onti-blactisns* 

5») Wo ipifft cove in a unified manner such a" our ancestors did T;icn 
they heard the drujss. - ■. 

3.) 111 ! blacfc workers should strike every tiac there is an injustice 
done to our people-* 

A.) Black ghetto youtli cast organise thcnsolvcs into a lib-crotior. 
forcci through, sclf-def case warfare, to forn protection ur.its fo^ 
Black Aac-rica. 13,1 felncfc Students obould repiidiTtc tho -unjust nvti- 
tlaek education?.! Systcn. ffc should cause total dislocation of the 
systcn (stop-in. stop the system) cvciyticc an injustice is done to 
our people 

5.) Uoj^ust close our T -r\kn, organize for sclf-dcfensc warfare, dc- 
vclopc tfrcHjla'clc "cor:nu;:Tty"~llkc a casbah of oiir African trotters o^.i 
prepare for the coning storn— Aiia^eddon ! 

IF IE VM3S DIE 

If we aii3t die, let's not be like hogs 

Hunted and periled in an inglorious spct, 

^Thilc round us bark: the nad and hur-gry dogs, 

Ifckiag their nock at our accursed lot. 

If we oust die, lot us nobly die. 

So that our precious blood nay not be shod 

£l vsin; then even the nocstcrs wc defy 

Shell be constrained to honor us though dead! 

C tela seen! wc nust Beat the cordon foe! 

Though far outnuabcrcd let us eho^ us brave, 

And for their thousand blows deal one d^ath fclow? 

TSfhat though before us Hob the- open grave? 

tike ncn we'll face 'the nudorous, conard'Sy pack, 

STcBSod tD the wall, dying, hut fightlnj back 1 . 



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Ths Militant Labor Forum sponsor- 
ed a t&eaorial meeting for Xr.lcolv X 
on Friday, Kirch 5th. Speakers in- 
cluded Ja£i«« Shabazz, personal sec- 
retary of N.alcoim X; Robert Ver.non, 
writer for the Militant and Berber 
of th« National Co— iit.ee of the 
Socialist .Jori^rs P^rty; and Jack 
3arr.es, National Chairtian of the 
YSA. 

Cvor £0O persons attended the 
meeting and contributed more taan 
$4CO to \alccta X's family, 3ee 
Mil i teat of "..trc".; 15th for fail de- 
tails of this important event, in- 
cluding t,1t text of Shabazz' s mov- 
ing eulosy. 



ill;- The YSA, because of pur support 

fy" _ ■ for the late i.alcclrj X and the aovt- 
qpr? ~, stent he led, la coi.ife' ovcryOing 
v .-■■-■ possible to preeeot the truth about 
..<(■. t?iii* important revolutionary leader* 
j - .,,' For tiis reason, »e Participated in 
.# ths free distribution of 10,000 cop- 
ies of, the ~ebr~.:;ry l-2:;d cr.d March 
1st issues of the i-.ili t^nt which 
featured article* on". ; ■ j. 1c oln X. The 
y.ilitBJvt a Wire enthusiastically re- 
ceived at aub-a;- exits in iirl^n and 



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On Karch 27th, the Qneigency Civil 
Liberties Committee rill ;.*>onBor a 
sltuaont 1 conference on v "Der ocracy on 
th«? Campus,":. The conferes.ee will take 
place at Saverford Colleg , near PJila 
dalphia. 

The conference will fe tore sever- 
al interesting spenders, .deluding 
Frank Donner *ho will aje .k on tiio 
F5I*s activities on cmvuw The r.i^h- 
light of the conference w.ll be five 
case studies of situatior. . on variov.j 
campuses where students h .v« had to 
'fiSht for their rights. 

One Of th»- three stude ;t..y3A' ors 
froip Indiana University i idictad un- 
der a state sedition law for expres- 
sion of their vieva on a vous -rill 
;ipieait on their case and en tL.e r/orlc 
of the Coja.-ittee to jvid t -le 31oon\in,-:- 
ton Students. Also apex.. ing will b<? 
Allan Krebs who loat hia tenchin^ job 
at Adelp.M College after iliajally 
trhvelling to Cuba last ; .-rairer. Thora 
-j/iil be a reprcaentf.tive from t^ie 3.rk 
eley Free Speech I'oveir.en' , as *cll as 
a .'fegro stijeont from the South .-snd a 
r.eraber of t, ; e Dulois CIu.j '.rliich is je- 
ing persecuted in Hew Kerico. 

,lior* detailed infor:ia ion will bo 
gLyea in the next /v^.?<ica Anyone in- 
tar,*sted in attending th d conference, 
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iTaa ColuBbia YSA's chdllon.^e to a 
debate on the role of th^ United Sta- 
tes in Vietnam has buen .ccept*^ by a 
Coluubia graiusts studart in Public 
Law; Co Mriday, I.arcn Cth, the T0- 
;?A5£ SOClAttoK series wiil present 
this debate en today's rast controver- 
sial issue - whuthar Aa- ricans s o-U 
support Johaaoo's polic; in Vi<t.u:\ 
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b^cn rtr;:-.:si Atfci ;\t '.'.oi'strrv C-.ivvf raity . 
If. ~-eat.9 uv-..-ry rric"-iy r.t 3 P'A. 7\ta 
i'irrit discus --ton* h?.vj bjjn ^nsod on 
"A ton-- Vit.uv of ■ History" ,-r.rt ''The Ur,- 
evoii , - -.nd Co£"bu\>jiI i.cvilo»r«nt of Hist- 
ory," ;>y ;' ill. !-".-.•. 7. V-ivdo. 

Itr cc'r.i:-."; , v-_ijU.'> tlic* :."^o.st irTport-'.rit 
^oiii^list r^-%'oluticr»3 ol our t i rn g - 
.:u. j.-tL-iP., C".;i'."o.-.o :-r,'A C-fc."in - v/ill he 
--.oiiaci, ';'.-.• rii-ov.i is >il.*o rjlnnnin^ 
to '"'>r^ o;i i'-.o- ■.lniir*i.i'"to.n civil lih- 
orr.-;s cr>,oc ';r.i ] . ^r.in ^".:,"?D'ji-t for tAo 
*■ . , Ti-.A or. V-",;: ,ii ■■; r ten. 

Arvyone inc^r^stoti i'.i ."joirii".'; t!:e 
cro'.',; s?, , .ic?*Ji'.; contact John Chnivot, 
IV 1-7324. 



thou."ii;:d.3 of students from c*.ll ov-- 
or th^- cour, try -.vill bo con vor. -ring oti 
7 -sAir.i^ton, D.C. on April 17th to de- 
P5*s.-5fl -^ithdrn-.-.vil of U.o. troops' from 
V i c tncrr. . "?r.t'C5 ",vili fao lu-p-Virig N r j w 
ipr H for ,V,'\aI 1 .i nffto.'i..j ^ Anril 17t h at 
rtb out 6 AI-J , -anA^r . a turn i ng that even i ti g 
nf t-,»r tho .^r-3L'-jg. nc tivi ciysj Tiie friro 
w'xli 'oe about 3Q.0C round-trip. 

Gince the b;:.";e8 hav<? to bo chartor- 
cd in adw.ncs we r.mst 'enow how nar.y 
people ^ro plciniiinj-r to fo. If you 
■vi-ih to participate ssnd your .inrne , 
rAm-vss r.n.: phone to: V3A» 115 Univer- 
sity rl., li.Y.C. L-itorj-.ture r.ntl bat- 
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On y.onday, karch l£th the Ycun; 
i continues its weekly lecture series. 

j ysis of U.S. involv-e-e.it in the Car, 
jicit. Roberts, a ir.a.r.ber of tae Satior. 
ist Alliance and of tae editorial b_ 
.ziae.. The S'eatir.c will be at 8 F.:.. 



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. l.tkAD £ ZlnLlcM, wita an anal- 

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Cn Konday, Karch. 22nd, at the ; s tiff.e 
ISI-. will present a tal:'. on tr.a Cuba:-, £volut. 
colonial world. The s;.ea!cer viil be ., ic'.c Gar 
Senator on tae Socialist <orhers ?*irty ticte;.t. 



will be (riven by 
c-e of the -Young Social 
'-.P^ft* Socialist rsaga- 
:ilton flail. 

-d place, TC ( 7.*<D iCCI.. 
. as an exar.'oie : or t.. 
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Social 



■ The 3:. itor of the Your 

speak March 33th on t-.e c..;-.rr,c veir c 
and its implications for t.:e future 
movement* 



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la addition to thsse tal'.;s, I i c ": ~ture •■• 
street and Iroadv/ay, as the y.eat . / ,-rrvits. 
Younf Socialist feat-ares, an irttt-rvi-. ..i th t; 
one of tr.e last tnat he granted i>efc-, his ac 
the roie of the young .•sneratten ir. c nlnj; r^ 
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11 be sold cn llv th 

.'he ne;v issii of the 
late kalcoicr. X. It 

th, and in i t he expl. 
-olucionary i.phea als. 
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which sells for only a di,..e. This j — iphlet j-ves an nistorica ana- 
ysis of the roots of the present aur , and tri- v s to explain the rela- 
tionship of the various forces operating in this war. 

For jiore information, about the Columbia Y3A, contact Caro.Mne at 

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AT CITY C0LL2GE-- 

Cn Thursday, Karc.t 11th, at 12:30 F.ti, , Jack 3arnes, .the National 
Chairman of the Young; Socialist - Alliance, will present a socia'-ist 
view of K£. Leo la X. Jack 5arnes, .vho has interviewed fcalcoln X and has 
also heard and studied his speeches, '<vili base his analysis on Xalcolr. 3 
own Tvords and actions, rather than .on distorted .press accounts.. The 
. meeting tfili be in Vioon 211, Kott Hall. 

For students interested in reading more details about the case 
of the three 31oo:;.inf ton students, a literature tahle has been planned 
-by the City-College Cor,:ittee to Aid the ^loor.inston Students, with 
pamphlets anc rsprints of various articles on the case. ^ 



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A chapter of the Coir..- it tee to Aid 
the 31ooninston Students has been of- 
ficially recognized at City College. 
The Coxaittee has been set up to de- 
fend the civil liberties of the- tJiroc- 
Ir.diann University students who were \ 
indicted in 1963 under ^^. Indiana sed- 
ition lsv, and whose c^se has nov: re- 
-... x -ched- the Federal o-?rsrit Court love*. 

Cne of tae defendants, .l.-lph Levitt ; 
Ufis 'oegun 3 thros :r.or-th spoakir.;- tour, 
through %ha United jtrt.-s', coyorir.;; 
t:;e oouth, the i-, id-vest and the /est 
Coast, a;3 well as p.'.rts of Can-da, to 
publicize tne cast", rai^c fund:; and 
spark the buildi:;,? ef defense cos-.vit- 
tees.' " 

Another' dc-fc'.'.;".a"'.t 1 Ji;:j _Tir.^h,'..", i-3 
now avnilaele for spe"T£Tas cnc;-.\.;e:r.jr.ts 
in the iie-v York are-.. jTe .;ill aoo.i be 
^leavir.j- on a iour of tlro^aaai coAI 'T^nn,' 
Ea str^ TT Can V.c-. ,~ ?"c r ..■.ore "i a i'o rr.ia z i ca 
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c.se, -contact Joyc; 
. DeGroci, "iOX ^.13 Coaler St-.tiorT7~-e 7 
-TcTrK, , "<< : .V. 1C0G3, p T ;on- Y'J S-7>i30, 
Anyone interested ia ^elpin^ on the 
City Cc liege C/.13, c~.ll ,';e:icy at. 
CI 6-2342. ' " . 



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•^ The otuder.ts Against Social Injus- 
tice is sponsoring n Folic Concert the 
proceeds of which i'ill ;^o to aalc'olr.r 
X's family. The Concert will he at ■ 
Christ Church or. Saturday , h^ril 10th. 

SASI Has aa Cpen' House every other 
Saturday ni'prt'. The next one v/ill lie 
on Saturday, Karca 13th at 9:30 Fh at ; 
54S :t. 12oth St. For further .iai'orr.:.-.-; 
ticn about SASI t cc.itact Silly Ilochi- 
y?j\n at- the' a.jove address* 
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Uptowr.:- c/o Koward Sievers, £06 M. 137 

St. Apt. 53 j tel; Ik 6-2100/ ■-■'- 

CCiY: c/a ?andy J V CI ,G-S3>*3. •• ,"-'"- - "; 

ColUT.bia: c/o Caroline ., .-'A £-2100 i ■ \ 
Tlofstra: c/o" Jchr. Ch'.iret ,' IV 1-7324. 

Drop in at 115 University Fl. (one 
fli&ht upX aft-T \Z AS for literature. 



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..•n. because of he v :. 

of this issue t .day, ::' 
;as three of its neebw.- 
■\s in the Zast, >n'e ia 
.:nd one on the '7 st C 
ern" tour has jus ; beer. . 
- to speak en CtV.puse.' 
;rr....unit.y or(;aniz tion.. 
;-.e nation or. the situ..: 
:n. American yo :th t ;: . 
-d with the fact ; ar.i '; 
on *J,5. intervor. .ion In 

%t -SA'ers are r .llyir . 

lad the Apr. 1 17 -^ a a 

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for a Dorabcrati; Sc>c .. 

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is of ,:■. aavisrs which -.'O.i. Id intv:. 

the readers of this bulletin. :: 

in r.ind that the Agenda :oms o-. 

r/ealcly, on Koadaysj sane jncement, 

■must be suhn.it ted- ay lei. nesday a: 

should not Advertize- meetings p.*:. 

t::an three, we^ka away.. *.. 

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liew York airtel to Bureau 3/8/65, captioned 
as above^ requesting Bureau authority to 
furnish photos to NYCPD of sixteen individuals, which photos 
have previously been shown to our informants with negative 
results. 

At 5:30 PM, 3/12/65, Mr. F. J. BAUMGARDNER^ called 
frora the Bureau and said the Director had approved giving 
in formation to the_N YCPD in each of the two above instances. 
SA MHHHMHI ^ who is handling this natter, has been 
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SAC, LOS ANGELES (105-2604) 

SAC, PHOEJTIX (105-93) 

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ELIJAH 

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come oat there and they discussed 

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sion but that she gave his that impression. M W said he told 
thee he would leave it in ELIJAH'S hand and ELIJAH said that 
he (ELIJAH) has certainly taken care of it* ELIJAH said be 
tola ■ ss to take her clothes and get out. He said he talked 
with her when she cane to Phoenix on the morning of 2/2/65 
and she felt very bad and said she did not have any Idea of 
what people would think. ELIJAH said he told her she should 
know that she would upset her future husband by telling his 
things like that. ELIJAH said he told her that he had kissed 
Millions of believers and she could hot work here sny longer. 
He said he told her it made bis feel very bad before the rest 
of the followers. He said she skid She was Just saying these 
things end did not mean anythin g L and ELIJAH said he reminded 
her that there was M ■ end Someone else right 

there in front of hl^sisTer T sdoor and he did not know what 
she was thinking about. 

wl si** 1 * **** th *7 first got to his house, she 
had said that was not what she had wanted to present 

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versed with his. 

ELIJAH anil that he had not 
•aid he traced the 
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and he asked her then why did she present this as one of reasons 
«he did not want to continue to work for the messenger. ELIJAH 
maid she vented the job but is ni ck no* because she lost it . 
She said he told her Sister M si had begged his nearly a year 
plater after he had sent herj |p, back to try flj £ out again 
and she coul d not h ardly do three to four letters a day. ELIJAH „,* 
Said he told J pit was just wicked and was trying to start pf 

something and those like her th*t build this fire would regret it, 
M W asked when she case back s hould he adsit her or keep her out 
(of the tesple) and ELIJAH told JHP to giro her 90 days in class 
F as she needs punistment. He said not to let her in and if he 
MsH ie talking anything like that to put his out and her 
mother also. ELIJAH said that 1 he told her he would put then all 
out and that he was tired of thiis mddSllnglng. 

ELIJAH about a rumor, about the 
and himself ^■■■Pb*) 
Jhe St abler H ilton Hotel and con- 
■** d H B[Sentioned sh e told 
it himself until now. 47amnf 
»re was a brother th»t was mith 
_^ and that they fl ■*- 

caught a glimpse of mm going 
hotel ,i sssssWsald this brother's wife 
(referring to eMssnssssssssss»P pas the one -who calling every- 
one tellisn^nbinfieJH^ H| I were 
seen h olding a meeting In the lobby with MALCOLM, ■ p said 
4e fels supposed to be helping sALCQLMestablish a sosoue in 
Los Angele s. Be said the^rother M ^ knew this fl fc la 
Boston and ei MS* toldj| B he; should come out of the mosque 
because MALCOLM has sore foll owers h ere than ther e are in #27 
and they will have a sosoue. fl fc told 41 Phis captain 
and th e si nister ha d set with MALCOLM in the lobby of the Hilton 
I I told eni Bl about baring guns s ad if he wasted one, they 
would get his one and so forth. 4) ■hsald two of the sisters 
have spread this rumor and will be made examples of on the seat 
evening and would be put out of the mosque. 

ELIJAH said MALCOLM has so power to do Anything snd 
would never hare any true friends snd MALCOLM has sot done any 
food in Hew York and he will nerer be successful trying to 
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In Chicago for Savior's Day. ELIJAH said be did not have 
tbe sonejrbut they would send falls the ticket* According to 
ELIJAH, ■ B had mentioned that the Jordan students there bad 
elected ELIJAH as their world president. ELIJAH said a man 
•bo is a scholar told ELIJAH if be would not represent him- 
self as the messenger, that every Muslim in tbe world would 
follow bis if he told the people he was inspired by God. 
ELIJAH said be had given orders everywhere to throw out the 
fealf*bellevers Just as you see then acting and not to wait 
until they get wicked. He sentloned a letter from Brother 
41 BHsmW who has a sto re and MB **id the captain and 
the secretary talk ed to J B| before be opened bis new res- 
taurant business. fj| Jf said fl M 1« going to have to settle 
up with a lot of people that bad money Invested in his yar- 
ious businesses and never got anything b ack. He mentioned 
there is a photocop ier at the mOsque and M M has not been 

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X black- natiouU*t kader, on 
pah. 21 vert banded Dp jfir tier- 
d>>JbT a N«* Tork Comity flat * 

£ry afaiaat tar** member! 
e Black Moaton nortme 
fcratn which Xakolmbaddefa? 
- ■ frhoM accnaed ««» No^ittin 
tX Butler, W, of «1 BoaiidaVc 
Aii 1 and Thomai 1SX JoWaon, 
to, of BSZ Bronx Fvk So^ta, 
both Bronx, and TOomaa <TTaI- 
aaadfa Bayer) Hacaa, £2, «f 
Pateraon, N. J. 

i; Butler and Joooaon bare Uco 
tailed on homicide charfee, aad 
ftajraa 1* fa the BcUmx Boepital 
prison ward, neaperatana; from 
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" Tint-degree murder jirfdwt- 

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X W«lt nxtionmlist leader, on 

F«b. 21 wm* h*nded up ye»Ur- 

4ay by * New York County jrand 

jury agaiurt three member* of 

*be Black Mualisi movement, 

troin which Malcolm had detecUd. 

Thow aerated were Norman 

il Butler, *6, of 661 Boaedale 

Are, and ThoniM 15X Jonmon, 

,ZO, of 932 Bronx Park South, 

ikotb Bronx, and Tboma* (Tal- 

•udfc Hayer) H»e»n, 22, of 

Patenon, N. J. 

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1. Organization of Afro- ft" er lean Unity 

The Organization of Afro -American Unit;'' (OAAU) 
has its headquarters in Suite 123, Hotel Theresa, 2090 7th 
Avenue (at 125th Street). Mew York City. 

2. Meeting Places 

Meetings of the OAAU are held in its headquarters 
at Suite 128, at the Universal Me^ro Improvement Association 
(U!:IA) Hall located on the second floor of 2395 3th Avenue. 
Kew York City, and public meetings are on occasion held at 
various rented halls, chiefly the Audubon Ballroom, Broadway 
and- 166th Street, New York City. 

The UNIA Hall mentioned above is ?, hall rented by 
the UNIA, which is a group of Karcus (Harvey followers. They 
are in no way affiliated with the OAAU except ir. the rent ins 
of their office. 



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3. Schedule of Meetings 

The regular membership meeting of the OAAU, which 
is opened only to OAAU members, is currently being held every 
Tuesday evening at 8:00 p.m. at the IfoTA Hall, 2395 3th 
Avenue, New York City. These regular membership meetings 
were crginally held on Monday ni^ht, but the schedule was 
changed approximately one or tv;o months ago. Also, soir.e of 
these regular membership meetings were held in the 
headquarters at Suite 123. 

Public meetings of the OAAU at which OAAU Chairman 
Malcolm X is usually the main speaker are held' almost 
every Sunday night when Malcolm X is in town. These meetings 
are usually held at the Audubon Ballroom, Broadway and 
l66th Street, New York City. 



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''liberation school " ir. Suite 123 or the 



Various committee and v:ork meetings- are held at 
irregular times in OAAU ho-zc. cuarters at Suite 128 or 
ir. the horr.es of individual members. 

k. Organization and Officers 



The organisation of the OAAU is composed of 
several officers and committees, v:ith each member being 
assigned to a certain committee. 

The chairman of the CAAU is Malcolm X, end no 
rc:al policy decision or public activity is conducted ty 
t-he OAAU without his specific aucroval. 



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The current Executive Secretary is _ 

who, recently took oyer from the original Executive 

Secretary,! 

There is no official des^rnatedassistant to 
the Executive Secretary, however J B is usual?' 
c.^slsted in his duties cy 




The Financial Secretary also is ■ P^" 10 is 
known to take charge of all money ccilecte^T^oma^tain 
it and pay bills. 

The^ sslstant to the Financial Secretary is a 
■:ho is in charge of the administrative 
joceautfe" or cdllectin^ dues and furniohins receipts for 
came. There is no known Accountant or Assistant Accountant 
in the CAAU at the present time. 

Reporter and Communications Officer is 

who is normally referred to as the Edi tor of 

publication. The Assistant to fl b is 








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There is no known officially designated liaison 
officer of the OAAU, however., all contac^with^£her 
alleged OAAU branches is handled byB | 

At the present time, there is no regular full 
time office secretary and the administrative 

handled by such a position, ana bein£ dene by 

and individual members whom he enlists to aid him. 




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The committees cf the OA:VJ are economic, 
cultural, political action, education and youth. 

Trie chairman of the Economic Committee is 
unknown and this committee is inactive. 



The chairman of the Cultural Committee is 

_ This committee has held various special programs' 
in which African Culture in the "ay of movies and 
ent?rtainment have been creviced for members. 



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Thechairman of the Political Action Com-ittee 

is JQ Band this committee is relatively inacti'. 

Durihg^he^l9o^^?residentiai Election, the' extent of the 
activity of this group was to urge all -embers to register 
anc vote for Negro candidates. 

The chairman of the Education Committee is\ 

: and the chief activity of this committee is 

operation of the OAAU Liberation School each Saturday. 

The chairman of the Youth Committee is unknown, and 
there may not be anyone officially designated to this position. 
This committee is quite inactive although there is constant 
talk of forming a program for youth. 



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The official OAAU publication is the 
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of two sessions, 
for children, age 
approximately 10. 
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attendance is 30. 
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The first is 
6 to 14, and 

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for adult 3, a 

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attending the classes to take ou 
These classes are set up on a s 
courses in African history and 
After each six weeks, 
^^c^ssforged . Teaching at 
J. and at the prese 
history are Deing taught by a g 
(phonetic). This latter indivi 
currently attending Columbia Up. 
doctorate degree. He is not a 
only affiliation is as a guest 
Saturday. 



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eld each Saturday and consis- 
held from 9:30 a.^i. to 10:30 
the average attendance is 
lass is held from 10:30 a.m. 
2e 15 and up, and the averag? 
s are opened to the general 
s r.ade to get the public 
t an OAAU card at '$2 each. 
ix-v:eek basis during v;hich 
African culture are 
a diploma is granted and a 
the class is conducted by 
nt tiffie, course s in African 
uest teacher j, a J ______ 

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The United Brothers is a snail group which holds 
Judo classes for the general public at 31 -est 125th 
Street, 4th floor, lie;-; York City. The classes are held 
every Monday and Thursday evening at 9:00 p.n. and Saturdays, 
at ":00 a.m. There is^^h^r^eS^j^Tor eachsession^^^ 

run by^| Bf^-ci'd m D'C 

Both of these individuals are^^merTnemoirs ctTte^^^^* 
Nation of Islam, who are bsiieved to have been affiliated 
v;it . the OAAU in mid 1964 , 

CAA1 



■.'.r.er. ~r-o uniuea arotr.ers was 
;or:r.ed, it was believed to have been a part of the 
Kou'eve: 



it is now known to oa a separate group wi^ri 



no veal affiliation with 
occasionally attend. 



:e CAAU although CAAU members 



The Judo class currently endorsed by the CAAU is the 
one which meets each Friday evening in Suite 128, Hotel 
Theresa and is sponsored and coerated by the Muslim J'oscue. 
Inc. (MMI). 



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There has been talk around OAAU headquarters and 
at meetings that there are branches of the CAAU In Philadelphia, 
Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles in addition to New York City. 
It is not known, however, whether theire are, in fact, 
organized active branches in these cities. 

OAAU Chairman ;Valco!m X has stated, .on several 
occasions that during his Afiican trip:, he formed an. affiliate of 
the OAAU on several college campuses in Africa, and this 
affiliate is known as the Organization of Afro-American 
Students (OAAS). According to Malcoltn X, branches of the OAAS 
have been formed at El Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt, 
and also in Ethiopia, Liberia, Ghana and Nigeria. Branches 
of the OAAS are also supposed to be formed on college 
campuses in the United States, but to date none are known 
to have been set up. 

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The OAAU is very closely affiliated with the '>tt 
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Executive Secretary. f^W has recently tal:er* over 
as OAAU Executive Secretary, after ov.stir.,. 
£he_actlvities of the OAAU are tightly cor.tro-j.ecr oy 

[ who is placing Mill rr.evcers into as -any key 
pi'aoes in the OAAU as possible. 



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The OAAU appears tc- he in syvpathy ',7ith the 
Socialist V. r erkers Party (3V,'?) as cvi£$r.ced ^y the ore at 
deal of publicity given to Aalcolv " by the SAP paper 
"Th > Militant." 1'alcol- X ana the OAAU have also 
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: By DONALD R.TLYWS ufl 10ES CE&RL :,^ * 

Black Muslim defector Won 4X Aftieer iald today 
that a warrant has been Issued for his arrest on charge* 
that he misappropriated funds from Elijah M^amnjad'r 
Nation of Islam mosques in New York and New Haven. : 



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"This at jut me ef Ike 
maaeamt they're natal before 
they came eat .and kill aw/ ha 
told The Jaornal-Ametican. 

LThe onetime . aMe to alain 
ulim leader . Malcolm 2 
(declared that If he 1* hailed, 
ttnto court on the charte. be 

I will try to expose the flnanelsf 
«orUnn of the Black MutUmi. 
. t wOl demand aU their ftn- 
Ancial records,*' kaaald, -II 
ithey umr my ajMstloDi, thts 
Will a* the flnt tine that the 
Jlsueia) mysteries af the Black 
Matlims has been awt an r>- 
wri" 

teen 4X was once a karate 
Instructor for Malcolm X to 
masque No. 7. Irk Harlem, and 
was sent to We* Haven 'to or- 
ganize the moaquqeq there. He 
finally quqlt the Muslims after 
helnf beaten almost to death 
lait Christmas Day Id a : Boston 
hotel. ■ 

Be la, he says, heir-apparent 
to Malcolm X*s Ortanhation 
for afro-American TJalty. 

., INDICT S nfiPECTI 

In another 
three aUeaad Black Muslim 
forcers'* vera tnfticUd hen 
iwrterday by ; a al'artattai 
arand jury en flnt-detree mur 
der charte* In the public eaten 
tics el Malcolm X ftb. 31 la 
the Audubon Ballroom. 

Indicted vera 
Bayer, alias Thomas Baaac, 
33. of ftteraon, lU, 
IX Butler. 3*. of Ml ltwadale 
aw, Bronx, and Thome* ttx 
^obnaon. 30, of 333 Bran Park 
(South, Bronx. 

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derek>p m eat.JMo ' "willfully, fetonto^ly and 

"•™ w ™'- with malice aforetheuiht abet 

and killed MaJeohn tittle, also 

known a* Malcolm Bbabast. aln 

known as Malcolm % with a 

shotgun and pistol.* " 

Also Indicted, en three counts 
of tint and second deem lei- 
_ - ooiout aauoh, was Malcolm 
Tahnadse X*s *>odyfuard," BenWn Han- 
ds, «oh aUeredh* abet Satan 
Norman la the wild confusion after 
auleobn xrs^aseaaataatlon. 

Taw other men. who atartad 
a dterstonary arfument to at- 
tract -attention while Malcolm 
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Re Bureau teletype to Buffalo and WZ dated 3/9/65* 

In connect Ion with referenced teletype, on 3A°/65# Assistant 
DA Herbert Stern, HY County, 155 Lsnard, I*C, phone RS 27300, 
was telephonlcally contacted as a eWtter of courtesy to de te rrains 
I f be had any objectlrns to BAs of IHYO atte mpting totalktoj 

l^^u^oT the ebooting 

of Malcolm X JL.lt tie on 272 1765* s tern was adTlsed that the purpose 
of attempting to talk vithfftMHev 1 "*■ hot ih connection with the 
shooting of Malcolm X or the Matter with which ■ B was charged. 

Stern advised he pereonally had no objections in SAe of the WYO 

talking tofl fe ^c 

Stern advised he is handling the matter re the shooting of 
Malcolm X Little, that the BXCFD is attempt log to talk to everyone 
who may have been present at the Audubon Bsllr ocai .on 2/21/65 and 
those who have pertinent information era being interviewed by 
fctesaifxT someone from the Da's office, primarily himself* He advised 
they have a number of people who were eye witnesses and many of them 
have appeared before the ttrand Jury* 8 tern advised ha has been Cleaning 
to get la touch with this off ics fpr he feels this office may be of 
assistance In this matter* He advised his office has full power, 
of crrae, to subpoens any records etc* of the MMl.or OAAU in this 
matter* He stated. he may later deSlre to cm-act fjomeone from this 
off loa who is aware "of all d e tails concerning the shooting of Malcolm 
X and he inquired asto^f horn be should call* Stern was -then furnished 
the name of Supril |ii the &A in this offioe whom he could call* 

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8/6/65 captioned BAM. 

advised 8/8/65 that at a awe tine; of the Fox aad 
roil ^unt "Club (Ttac), hsldioa ft/7/65 at Batrolt, BICBARB 
BXKBT nqwittd that club oaabara act aa body guards far 
MALCOLM LITTLI during bis appearance In Detroit an 8/14/65. 
Source advised that General BAEXH, »., aaabar of BAM, Betroit, 
opposed this requeet becauee Mia organisation, BAM, disliked 
MALCOLM LITTLI becauee aa ess too f rlendly aith ahlta people. 

edvlaed that BICBAID BBMBT U Preaideat of «roup 
vanced Leadership (GOAL) , a civil rlghta organisation 
active la Betroit, and a aaabar of FVBC, la aot associated 
eitb the MMI. Ma advlaed thai BILTO* BXMBT, brother of 
RICHARD MEKBY, la President of tba afro*Aserlcaa Breadcaeting 
fnd Recording Ooaptpy, ehlcb sponsored the appearance of 
MALCOLM LITTLE la Batrolt on 8/14/65. Ma edvlaed that 
BICBABO BSHBT, aa President of «0AI» f aaa active ii 
arrangaaeate for MALCOLM LITTLE 'a appearance. 






have advised 

that a branch ol IBTdoea »5l aaiat la BetroiT aad thay poeeeoe 
ao laf creation that plana ara being forawlatad ta organise 
sane. Thay Bare baaa advised that thay ehould fjenedlatsly 
-adviae tba Batrolt Office of aay plana to organise MM1 Aa --'- 
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1/30/65 

J^Mmm was in contact with ELIJAH MUHAMMAD 
and caid this ■*&■ Mr (phonetic) had called and asked] 
to be on hie prcgrwrtfcd It would concern MALCOLM, 
■aid he told hltt no and ELIJAH agreed, stating tbat^ ptor 

any of them are to take any part in it, ELIJAH sald^Ee^Thst 
think we are fools because we do not even talk to then, (refer- 
ring to hypocrite*). ELIJAH said Ej Hjsras supposedtoput 
someth ing about it in the aatlonal prejta. and told ■ m> that 
he and Mm should go to him and tell his ■ m that they 
had warneM him once before about this but we do not talk with 
him, (MALCOLM or hypocrites). ELIJAH stated he (believed referring 
to MALCOLM) was in Los Angeles en the 19th and ELIJAH said he 
heard some of the brothers were seen talk lag ts him. He said he 
did not know he* true it was but he heard two of t he too la borers . 
there (Lea Angeles) were seen talking to MALCOLM, fl M^said 
he heard the sane thing. ELIJAH said he was sot going to ask 
then and was waiting for then, to say Something. He said after 
a reasonable time, if they did not mention it, ELIJAH would ask 
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said be talked to| lind thought It best 
to contact ilijah about being on thwprogFalit. ELIJAH said the 
press would like to haTo something like that and to not even 
say anything as the less said a bout h in (MALCOLM) the lessee 
is hurt. ELIJAH mentioned that ■■■was ta lking to cne of 
the disciples who said if It haa not been fori ft he would 
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and he would fix then up, ELIJAH told 
the Ken (on radio or TV) that the messe 
thing to do with those who l eave hi 
i«_»lnd and is a*are of what fl I atf 
■ B^id not want ELIJAH t<rtb7n)c that 
ffotoppose this wan in any way. ELIJAH told 



he eon Id tell 

es mot "have any- 

" said he keeps 

and that 

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be silent unless soneone attacked h la directly. ELIJAH said 
MALCOLM is lu st r^n: thi ng off. ELIJAH asked' *hen the progras 
was to bfe and ^ Jhsjtid it would be in Chicago that evening 
at 11:15 and they *c,uld tape it at 4 PM, He «aid it would be 
played b?ck about 11:45 pU that evening, ELIJAH told) 
to take care ci bl^^cli and be would See his. soon when tne 
felloes get the pi*ns straightened out. 

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MUHAMMAD and asxc* hin the exact date that they we re in P hoenix 
when ELIJAH had the conference with the officers. flH^fesaid 
the attorney «anted to know because it ja^mrpund then that 
ELIJAH *as tied up in the sase th ing. M ■thought it was 
between the 12th and the 16th andjfl Vwanted the exact date. 

ELIJ AH «*id t hat his secretary,! B said the date 
was 10/22/64. ■ ptold ELIJAH the progTas* which was to be 
on that evening ^TST^ aped now and so far is only on his (MAL- 
COLM'S) trip. M ff^^Atd %Mflfthad given Ml a peace of 
"seat" to take tT^fieti (the TV stjatlon) but they wer e nndecided 
and night not have to take it. fl ^ »*id fM| »*■ *t the 
tape oifice and he is supposed to^e^on t acting the big awn 
there and asked if they can cut ijt out. dJMHsV mentioned that 
they (believed referring to MALCOLM and others) did make some 
other calls out there on 83rd or 86th Street, but they them- 
selves could not get any information there at all. ELIJAH 
said they had called her and the one farther South and the 
phone rang all night. He said they told her they were going 
to espty the bag and dJflH »*id so far MALCOLM was not doing 
so good. He said he understood they (MALCOLM) was supposed to 
be in Detroit and do the same thing there tomo rrow af ternoon. 
ELIJAH stated MALCOLM Seems to be determined. 4MM said he 
-thought they could put the cover on the bag. He said MALCOLM 
bad been on *AAF there (Chicago) that day but be did not say 
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i/30/65 

ELIJAH MUHAMMAD was In contact with 

and asked him if (MjMJMJJMJp had contacted hla md| Btid he 
had. ELIJAH asked If he knee everything then and I WB aald 
yes. ELIJAH sai d he heard from those south of ■ J^- (possibly 
referring toflB andf| Wf) and he Mentioned the^nerarther south 
told him that they (believed referring to MALCOLM) were on the 
phone trying to get them all last night. Se said as soon as she 
knew who he was, she refused to ialk to his and they kept calling 
and they said they «ere going to say everything they knev. ELIJAH 
said she said he (believed referring to MALCOLM) talked crazy to 
her and she told ELIJAH they had been doing this for a year and 
did not get anywhere. ELIJAH said It was pr etty bold to stand 
on a nan's steps and tell. He toldMjMjMJMMjMM/ to see the manager 
(believed referring to the TV station) and that they would hold 
hin responsible as well as the oike that was talking. ELIJAH 
said they had been told to quit and should be warned of these 
things. He said he heard he (MALCOLM) was in Los Angeles on the 
29th and the t«o top laborers were seen with hi s at a ce rtain 
notel. ELIJAH said a certain sister saw thea. fli B aeesed 

said it was the sane hotel and Sose others 
said when he case down, they (the two 
LCOLM) had just left. Sose one had come 

ELIJ AH asked If the two top laborers told 
said one did, ELIJAH said he had not 



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said the teacher (believed referring to the 
sinister) had told his and the olfher one did not know about it 
as far as JMJ| ^ knev. ELIJAH said if he (believed referring 
to MALCOLM) starts all that stuff tonight, tie is almost gone 
Insane - It would be a bold act to take. ELIJAH said he did not 
think MALCOLM would be fool e nough to do it and he might have 
been trying to frignten them flflmr and J| |} in to saying some- 
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ooa» lo droak «ttk«rNiy OoO tba kida ftud Mt about it. 
M oootioood tboy *ora okort of toaokoro ood mtttttti 
did Mt toook tbalr toy. mXUAM Oald bo Mold try to got 
froo #2 ood oood bio «b to bolp. SUJAB ookod lf_fc*_<>aliaT»d 
■of orrlog to sujcuue I) « 
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too 14th. SUMS amid bo ttUWOUO m%4 booo 1* Coleooo too 
provioua olgbt try lac to *ia,rt troufclo bod SUJAfi board free 
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oouoo bo ooaoot Joot ooot oroaod. tboy opoko stoat too obort- 
agt of toocktro io Bt trait, Mod too olalotvr oold too rcaaaa 
00a boeaaoo of tbo oaf** paid 4b WtroU. So oold o toacbar 
rocolrvo $34 per Say ood tboj aoooof pay abat soak. S2JJAI2 
oold bo oould try to sot too* 000 froo Cbioooo. tkoy opoka 
mt attLCQUt bolos to Cfcloa« o Sod too ojtotstor ookod if flkkCQUi 




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■FT MALCOLM X 
I BAVE TOLD yw« earlier 
how I became a Muslim while 
«c parole from prison, and 
tommy netiM to Detroit tod 
ate to Elijah Muhammad is 



militant, "action" bfotb- 

*»« w u^. ~ ». who had been wtth me is 

Chicago. He raised me up to (Masque No. 7 announced their 
leadership and I would have 'automatically irrevocable 
gives my life for him. But break from the Nation of It- 
gouip *»d Tumor caused him lam to come with me. 
to suspend me after I had __ , __,_,„*. . 

take7^arge of the idw : ™E HOTEL TIIEKESAis 
S^teHMteiB tat the eomer olUSth 4«et, 

•heartsict. Also I wis «»- S^fy-Si/.^J?! 
nletely suspicious for the first }*«*■ « fpriam. I called a 

■(tow days Uter the first ™ ^«SS?S 
word came to me that mem- «*•• wlUl temporary head- 



Wfcst was I going to dot ttto hmg. Man y Maeks wouM 

iter the iigbt I relumed u > ej-tocWTO**, ^^i^t 

rew York City, where I had tog W the fight, to b«om« 

large, direct personal foV *n -totegrattonW." Neerty 

' Each day more of «U faito*' would acoff and 

**» «*• ■*• .■ je^JBut ? knew that there 

were a few who wodkLimder- 
atand, who would accept, that 



tiers of Mosque No. 7 were 
being told." If you knew what 
the minister did you'd go out 
and kill him yourself." A: 
ai metime hostler, I sense ! 
th it once again 1 bad to fcavi 
tol *n tost I 

1 remembered Caashis Clay, 
'** met Erst in 1S62 at a De- 



krters Iff the Hotel Tberjsa 
iriU be the working base jtor 
I action program desisted 
^eliminate the political ttbp- 



f %- - tt- ; — «■ -\rw c~z: •»<*** mat i neecea u oo i 
ytauiLaUtfor E lijah Muham- ^ a plane, to my niter 

* mad. Today he ooesTWrSJire ^ tt fc,,,^ «eui^ 1 
.my feelings about Mr. ^Mu- ^ ul wtBt to ^^ q^ *&. 
X hammad. But I must riways ^ aMgfi to MecCfc - g^ ^ 
. be rateful to him that tost E^ ttttSB ^ «, aeed?^ 
fit this toe when he was , ^^^ ^ m ^t 

* trtioing to M^jf .^ahe SdAefi- I ebtoW a 

* Sonny Uatofl, he to^"*; vita to the boly etty and ileft 

^"^'^ tb \, e *^ !! New York qufaly. ,. 

- eome tiiere, as his guests, a* M t HuiU|n tttn-kmriU. 

.* tlath wedding •^ver^ivtf the c*nter of attention 

■V™** 1 te ^^^f™'fc Mecca, Ihey jakrf toe 

MilftUfiBetty »S2lag»*»hat about the Hafl bad fK 

tton tmce we ht^mamed.L^j „, ^ ^p^ | ^ 



i to the toad ef Muhammad 
and Abraham, I bad been 
blecsed with a new insight 
fntothe religJon of Islam. 
* Before I left the Holy City 
1 bad an audience with Prince 
Faisal, who encouraged me to 
bring toe truth of Islam to 
American Hegfoet I visited 
Nigeria and Ghana, where I 
talked with cabinet officer*, 
toieOectuals, ambassadors 
from toe rest of Africa, and 
many ethers 

From Dakar, I flew to Al- 
giers. It was Tuesday, May 
19, 1964-my birthday, ft was 
_ _— -„— 3» years atoce the teene of 
,_. political i»p-| this book't begmnmg, 

p T^ si 5 tt ' ^ H^^ C i &'l MY NEXT PLANE, a Paa 
P loiUticai,_andtbe aodaJ I deg-l f^^^ jet— it was Flight 
radabon auffend daily by 231 us^^j^ to New York on 
million Afro-Americans.** f-- ■ -— ■ - 

-There was one major thing 
more that I needed to do I 



May tt at 4:» to toe mfter- 
aoon. As we left the plane 
and filed toward cu sto m s, I 
uw toe crowd— probably so 
or » reporters and photog- 
raphers. Before- any press 
queries took) be made, I told 
of the tltoraiiat of my atti- 
tudes about ^totoeswbo 
prtcQcHl lm» brotberiwod, . - 
such u I had aces during 
my ^^iwsent pilgrimage csperi- 
eoce among Muslims to the 
Holy Land. 

More man a buMrad apeak- 

ing tovltotlons were wshtog 

. __ _ r **- ~ *"" ~" "**•*" * T' [ or me, eHher al home,' or at 

Aidour gfrls toved toe heavy- The brotherhood: the neop> ibe MusUm Mosque, toe. In 

*«JgfflrE6oteDaer el UU iUU4*u - if all i wee a, celen v^fr a m a fl ^ {^, m t ^ tb roe d I ba d — 

<ad played with them. I was wr the world coming to- ^-t irm*r l **"**—i*±*H'* 

to a atate ef emotional abock. tether as one! It has proved fcboutthe haaic types of white 

linsdeanerroi.ltabww)*. • xne to* power «f the one 

M vat T^»eaktog out toe toll tod." - ■«. 

: <r nth when I waaJjaL^tt*- 1 NEVER WOOD ban **■' I ^ 

peSW." -Jieved possible -tt shocked J)T 

-me when I eeoaidered lt-tbe 
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' *gw. te d N egro ]j > jm , 
mod especially -politics in this 
BtectJen jur. I bad thought 
•at what I was going to aay 
•hen I began appearing at 
•fflbe of these speaking en- 
gagements. ■:■ " ~ i 
Tbey call me sometimes j 
"the angriest Negro in Amer- j 
let" WeD, the Bible says 
there la a time for aog er. 1 1 
feel that if Negroes attack 
"•bit* people, then those white 
feople should defend them-! 
•elves, with arms, if neces-* 
ury, If the force* of law are / 
Inadequate. And I feel that 1 
Negroes, if white people at- l 
lack them, should do exactly f 
the mom thing. - I 
THEY HAVE CALLED me f 
I racist Once I was a racist' 
«-yes. But now I have turned 
my direction away from any- 
thing that's racist So, some 
of the follower) of Elijah Mu- ' 
hammed would still consider 
it a first-rank honor to kill 
me. Also I know that any 
day, any night, I could die at' 
the hands of some white devil 
racist 

At the same time, however, 
I can't think of any subject 
'^Involving human beings today 
^that you can divorce from the 
race issue. I will even go ao 
far as to say -that I dream' 
that one daytUstory win look : 
upon me as having bees one 
,cf the voices that perhaps, 
aVlped to save America from' 
a grave, even possibly '*tal. 
catastrophe. { 
• More and wont riots war 
wrupt The black man has 
seen the white man's tmder- 
belly of guilty fear. But, If 
thro telling this story oi my 
life, 1 have brought any light, 
if I have spread any truth 
then aD of the credit Is due 
to Alla h „,IWy tbn-ssJstakea 
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lafaraatioo on the **tes d—tgufcted; 

1/3/65 

|| •** i* Contact With HXJAE BBHABMAD 
and asked hi* if a* kid Mat aa article ammrsapon ELIJAH 
stated he mas aot going to send one bat ebiaged ki* mind and 
did •co d op* t hat say- SLlJAfi »eatio»ed the article froa 
Brother *— (believed to be identical vita *HB*****n*I 
■ £ and hoe good it **e. Be amid he seated to put In *o» 
tfcing~right alter it telllag the people where to look to find 
the aasmer* that the brother erne tellies the* about. SWAB 
•poke ef hoe ethers fought the trmth aad bee progre** but 
that be tmould via. Be — atloae d s i ery oa n be* fongat the see 
until it mm* bare aad then they seated it. Be amid that bo 
mm* m; fro* ale family U year* 1a thie S3 year fight over 
truth. ELIJAH stated lb* epent 7 peer* kid lag em the Kast 
Coaat from amemlea aad • year* in federal jail. Be amid 
tho*e mho are Jealous *f hi* bo* kia victory bat aot the hard 
time* h e kad r aced to get the troth here. Be spoke of 
Brother ^ p aa haying bent aot S04 feelera to papers aad 
magaalnea in SO eottatriee la the Baited State* aad srereeas. 
He aaid the bother bad frayed for 
ELIJAH aa the leader aad i* soi 
battle an yone bo o trie* to oppose ELIJAH, 
•von toUflA>to kia face that the Asian 
ELIJAH if a* eould ssly amy be, BU JAB, am 
tbaa a smsmeeger of Bod. SLUAfi stated be 
mad mould still rnla. 



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road *Te«iU bolld a oorld aaoo*. bUJAB amid thta aatohod 
aadAHawaaatod to kaoa If it ootid bo lU right bo 
mU*»6<M picture at the bettea of the paper, ho ami 
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toadod to bo ia Chisago m 
felleeiag aoofc. 

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bad btatonra^Rnoolb (tape*) oa BALCQUPa tftlka ia boo 
fork bad ghleago aad bo aould aoad tboa to ELUUL. Be told 
SWAB to lietee to the tepee eo bo aould baoa obat 
aaa puttlag iato tbo people *e alada. SLUAfl aetd b 

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tto IT ooo bod oollod for BOltt mod tblo 
toot oroio tto tad ortlolo oboot tboo. I 
1* o Opy ooo ololood total block 
t too ortlolo tad too* for too tally 

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toll tto soplo to to* rlrlog t hlo to IMIntr ■■waatc 

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- ' ' M MUSLIM MOSgOE, INC0RP0RA1@^ ^ fJV ^ vrrt ^ 

A source advlee<jl on February 25, 1965/ that JAMES 
WARDEN, also known as JAMES 67X, a leader of Muslim Mosque, 
Inc. (MMI) In New York City, requested an Individual in Phila- 
delphia, Pa., to obtain copies of all newspapers from March 8, 
1963, to present, containing information regarding trouble between 
the Nation of Islam (NOI) and the followers of MALCOLM LITTLE In 
the MMI. According to this source, WARDEN stated he was obtaining 
copies of all New York City papers for the same period and 
WARDEN had instructed that this be dOne in all cities in the 
United States where MMI has contacts. 

This source advjI.Bed that on February 28, 1965, JAMES 
WARDEN stated he intended to travel to various cities throughout 
the United States to bring together the followers of MAICOIM 
LITTLE. 

.'WARDEN also stated that followers of MALCOLM LITTLE 
from throughout the United States were obtaining newspapers 
with stories of trouble bjetween the Nation of Islam (NOI) and 
followers of MALCOIM LITTJLE. 

WARDEN stated that the purpose of this was to compile 
a Bcrapbook reflecting instances where followers of MAICOIM 
LITTLE were attacked by NOI members. ' According to WARDEN, 
after the scrapbook is compiled he plans to take this book and 
visit officials of the New York City Police Department and 
request permits for followers of MALCOIM LITTLE to carry guns for 
- self protection. If these permits are not allowed, WARDEN stated 
he would then go to court In an attempt to have the courts force 
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court he would use the scrapbook as evidence of the attacks against 
the followers and their need for self protection. 






WARDEN stated that In his contacts with people throughout 
IW'^ ■'* ne United States who are presently compiling the above material, 
^--J#fi ; he Intended to work with them and any others who are Interested In 
the program of MALCOLM LICTLE, WARDEN stated they were not 
worried about the Volume of membership but they wanted only those 
who were sincere. In their beliefs . 

WARDEN stated that members of the organization should 
not worry about spies as they had a new' method for determining 
the identities of spies In their organisation. WARDEN did not 
identify the spies as being spies from either the NOI or law 
enforcement agencies . 

WARDEN also stated he had obtained an Individual to 
teach all members a method of self-defense and that he planned 
to have this individual start teaching self-defense to the 
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Whatever became of the old American saying (mostly Dixia 
American) that whatever happens alonfi the color line in tha 
United Slates is nobody's business but that of the community 
in which it occurs? 

No matter what ramifications develop, the assassination pt 
Malcolm X, the former Black Muslim leader, has hastened the 
buna] ol the notion that in today's'world a Sheriff Jim Clark in 
an Alabama county can do as he pleases w!ith Negroes. Or a voting 
registrar in a Louisiana parish. Or a detective "securing" a con- 
fession in New York City. 

; Completely ignoring the fact that Malcolm was not a. flgura 
In government or one competing for a place in government, cer- 
tain Africans are calling Malcolm an "American Lumumba." * 
counterpart, in their propaganda, of thei slain Congo premier. 

London sources are said to suggest that a sinister wnlte rrouo 
.jna.Mcniandcd the killing. 

The Chinese Communists hold officially that "United States 
ruhng circles and races" murdered MaJcoJro X. From Hon* Kong; 
the correspondent or the Christian Science Monitor relays the com- 
ment in ihn Peking Peoples Daily that the killing occurred "be- 
cause Malcolm X . . , fought for the emancipation of the 23 000000 
American Negroes." ' ' , 

There are hints that the cold-blooded gunning down that' 
Sunday afternoon was a part of an international conspiracy. 
Speculation runs riot, taking in Cuba, Egypt and other countries 
l n - A I" ca ; * n ° Red China. Nojjhe has any proof, but "international 
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,' . ' f- ■ i ' Baghdad intrigue. 

| .'.**■ { ' The point here Is that what happens to a black American 

'".''' \ rings bells In Europe, Asia, Africa and, without doubt, aJso in 

ii . South and Central America. Today's angry assessments, accurate 

'_ i ■ . «r not, are a Xar cry from the day when EofauJa, Ala., Wendover, 

Ark., Shubula, Miss, and the )ate Sen. Cole Blease and his cot 
leagues could beat down; Negroes and roar down Inquiry or dla- 
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'•; ."* ' '**- ■•- A ghastly thins Hk« the Malcolm X murder Is the business 

— — «/ more territory than Upper Broadway, New York, USA. Tha 

I • . , ■ [ forced march of children) under electric cattle prods In the hands 

; ;.' ■%". of the sheriff's men cannot bo confined to Sclma, Alabama. A' 

s | i »'.* s ' r ' " w " lynching in Pearl River ICounty, Mississippi, is not a mere local 

; Item. 

Many white Southerners have awakened to this truth and 

have begun corrective measures, upsetting tradition in speech 

and action. But politicians riding the waning wave of racial bias 

" i -and publications pandering to its lingering throes still mumhle 

■'=': .' ' "outsiders," and "clean up your own yard." Master spellbinder, 

v that he was, Malcolm X in death cast a spcJl more far-flung and 

': ,; more disturbing than a^iy he cast In life. He seemed to have' 

V ; ^r • changed his views In recent months, but did not bother to alter 

'* ; -" his hackJe raising language. 

\ i If this marked him in a tactical flgher, rather than as a true. 

* < hater, there may have been those on the lar-out side who sensed 

, • the fcins and gave the Vord. In any case, the American NegttK 

•r ', question Ss forever released from the custody of ttie neighborhood 

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^LONDON, March 6:— The' assassin's 'bullet 
that ended the.Ufe of Malcolm X, the American 
Black Nationalist leader, temporarily threjw out 
of gear plans for an openly militant Negro move- 
ment in Britain. • , ■ f .,.-.• K .-.-■■: ,- ■ 
Before hli death, Malcolm. X was preparing to re* 
"turn to this country within tx weeks and addrea*|e mass ' 
rally in Trafalgar Square, It wa* to ban bees the public - 
Imnr.hlng of the Organization lor Afro-Anglo Unity. 

Set to Work Underground 

The organisation has been operating la a quiet way 

for the last two yean. It Is directed from the Fjrimroee 

t Hill flat of a handsome young West Indian called Michael 

(de Freitas) X On his regular visits to London Malcolm 

X wa» a frequent guest. 

*^Te were deep personal Mends,** taid BUchae? X 
**and lie m mr most /©rceJaVadrtser^ like hie f«t**t' l 
^mcftto r, Mich ael X speak* a mixture if element bitterness 

f Ttie 41r]sionj,wtthin, the: American Begs* jpifeaient^, 
hlch led to .Maieobn^Ts -deatti were,- he says, lamented 
-, by ^imperialist factors." HU almi In Britain: are non- ' 
Solent but be eklnu the right "to- bate au irlghbc* U *' 
he bates me first." . " 

' .It was ^H" X who coined the name for the 
. British organization, reminiscent of hit own Organisation, 
for Afro- American Unity. The two men lint met to New , 
Y«rk nearly three year* ago. at a ttme when Malcolm was 
. fiwt sfaotrfna den* ot disenchantment, with lHJah Mo- 
hsmnrd'e Black Muslim morement.' 

Boon afterwarda Michael de Breltat wag eonTerted 
to Islam, dropped the de Preltas (the mark fof ±lf an* 
■ castor's slave-owner) and had the X thrust urion him. 

' In Britain he set abaat the Jab. af developtng a new 
— Un8"*f racial "p!uleal"»e**ment with an-Iaianifc ■heter"""- 
; - "At that stage we felt It wa* best to work aadcrsroand. 
"The Britbh eelored man li ttneb more disergMitsed than 
the American Negra. Bat the time If fart otmtag when 
* we shall hare to he arergnud." 
'*. - Be now claims mora tban 1,-000 aotrte wo r k ers in 
' Nottlng Hill, Brixton and Mnstrury Bark. Most oi trie 
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aAl&SK- Btailar group* are forming in provincial idltos 
like Birmingham and Manchester, 

Apart from his clakna, Islamic students at Binning • 
Kain and London universities confirmed to me tihe growing 
Influence of Michael 3Ts approach to the race relation* 
problem. The Trafalgar Square rally wai to mart lti 
"overground" phase. 

' 'Mother Country* Disappoint; % . 

Michael X says ti»t the rally U itUl part of tfae pro. 
■run, although it mar hare to be postponed * tor weeks. 
Be believes that the British Negro, particularly the] Wert 
Indian. Is potentially more militant than fall American . 
counterpart. ■'""■-/ 

■"The West Indies ww originally the breaking tT*0Ad 
for slaves before they were aeot to America. Those wbo 
couldn't be broken remained. I'm a descendant of the re- 

Michael was born In Trinidad 38 years ago. He enil- 

; grated to Britain at 15 and worked In Cardiff 'a Titer Bay 

for a time before joining the navy. On leaving the m«r- 

. -chant service m 1956, he settled In laodati tad started 

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but' the business experience led him to the eoncluilan 
that the West Indian was the victim of an elaborate hoax. 

^SToat af them left the Caribbean,, like myself, with 
' a wonderful Image af the mother country. We were always 
told It was aamewben to. torn to. Then we find that 
Bother Is not at all happy to see «a." ■ 

Jut before tha Notttag- Hill race riots In »S», 
Michael de Aeltaa decided to get Involved. 
_ . "I became a complete do-gooder, arganlsJng discos* 
•ton gtaapa, farming tenants' associations and getting an 
everyone's nerves." Tha Involvement eacalatwl from the 
local to tlw International level. 

' Apart from his regular trips ta the United States, 
Michael % has been to most af the. African territories. 
emergent and emerged, and has chalked op over a down 
visits to Russia, He Ukea Moscow, not for any specific 
tdeoloiical reason bat because "ion can walk the streets 
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| and testified briefly before a grand Jury investigatine the 

♦killing. 

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tioIT then ordered! theSt lo talk or 
( have "severe consequences." * • 

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_. '-fact, I feel that other ehrtl 

M alcolm C alled Needed ^a - ** ie*der» nave rum on hu 

freedom of expression to say 
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and Responsible Leader 

To the Editor: 

As a white minister who has 
Uvcd la Harlem for four yean 
and hu acted both as an asso- 
ciate minister and as so attor- 
ney Is the community, I am 
compelled to comment on your 
/Feb. 33 editorial entitled *9fal- 
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Malcolm X, In ay experience, 
spoke tor a far greater per- 
eentag e of the Negro American 
community then you are capable 
of Imagining, I' find Malcolm's 
description of the position of the 
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■xasiona he (poke my pwn feel- 

jtno "feelings which no person 

with any sensitivity could help 

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I find Malcolm*! position on 
violence to contain much ambi- 
guity. In fact, it appeared to 
liave been in a stage if transi- 
tion which you have failed com- ' 
pletely to recognise. His ambi- 
guity should occmaion no sur- 
prise. -. .«',- 

. The twisted state that you 
speak of and the alleged evil J 
are merely the reflection of the I 
state of our society,; all 350 
years of It- Tour newspaper Is 
• part of this history,] and as ft 
result shares in our burden of 
gailL I find your understanding 
of Malcolm X as tragically 
warped as Malcolm X appeared 
to you, but then for the Chrls- 
tlan suckls merely a reflection 
of man's WLtn state. 



encouraging and as much to the 
point as those of any leaders 
today, Negro or white. 

X regret to say that In my 
opinion the editorial question, 
and Indeed many others you 
have published, show that you 
are as far removed from the 
feelings of Black America as 
Bine-tenths of White America. 

I personally mourn the pass- 
ing of a much needed and crea- 
tive American leader. His truth 
and his distortions were ourj 

is death is our loss. 

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Insofar as Malcolm advocated 
striking back in aelf-dfefense, as J 
a Korean War veteran |l find his ' 
decision is no different than the j 
one I made when rejecting the J 
absolute pacifist position. As a 
Christian minister I affirm the t 
validity of this position, and Its f 
consistency with the (teachings , 
of Jesus Christ. The likes of de- k 
clslon defining aggression are I 
often difficult to drawl General- 
izations are not useful guide- 
lines. 

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tive the burden of proving that 
the Negro's use of violence in 
self 'defense is unjustified lies 
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I deny that Malcolm did not 
fit Into society. He fit perfectly 
and inevitably Into |a society 
which had Utile els* to offer 
him. I assert that Malcolm was 
a cttostructlve and respcauthlt 
leftdw. His struggles for the 
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Malcolm Jf tells of his split with Elijah Muham. 
mad and discusses who would wont (o kill him in this 
concluding article of hit oicn life story, written within *~ 

« year of his assassination. Prepared with Alex Holey, **- 

Afabrobn JTs autobiography offers hu version of the •'« 

/orcci ttnieft ihaped him implead to hit violent death. 



: k s FAB BACK AS 196 1, X had beard chance nega- 
Ur\, tlve remarks concerning me, or veiled negative 
^implications, or I noticed other early evidences of 
£he envy and Jealousy which Mr. Muhammad had 
prophesied. I was trying to "take over" the Muslims. 
I was "taking credit for Mr. Muhammaq'a teaching," 
I was "trying to build an empire" for myself. I loved 
playing coast-to-coast "Mr. Big Shot." 

But I don't believe that any man In the Nation 
Sof Islam could have gained the International prom- 
inence that Mr. Mohammad's wines had let me gain 
•—plus the freedom that he had granted me to take 
liberties and do things on^y own— and tttU have 
remained as faithful and as selfless a servant as I 
'Was. Yet I was very hypersensitive to Internal critics. 

Also, I could not bel tTUui 
lietr some of the hints and 
rumors and vicious gossip 
that m going around, about 
the moral behavior of our 
leader. Just to heir these 
stories, why. It made me. 
spooky with fear. ! 

But the stories rot worse 
and even people outside the 
Nation begin to heir them, 
I <*rUI only note, to be at 
brief at possible on this and 
to indicate my own reactions, 
that Mr. Muhammad Is, the 
defendant "in two paternity 
salts in Lai Angeles. I don't 
^toow bow those suits, from 
two firlt who once were his 
secretaries, are going to 
come out, but I do know 
that it the time I first heard 
tern wicked ■peculations 
about his moral life, I could 
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tU^iUSlf rumor was spread- 
ing SWUtly there among non- 
Muslims, as well. So some 
tnontbs later I eat down 
ind-I wrote to Mr. Muham- ■ 
tnad «hat poison was being 
spread about him. He had , 
toe, to fly to his new home ' 
Jn Phoenix to tee elm In , 
£prti, 1963, 

:. "We embraced, as always, 
paid almost Immediately he 
riook-me outside, where we ■ 
Mgah to walk by his swlm- 
jjdnipool, "Well, son," be 
laid, "what Is on your 
Snind?" 

|>LAINLY, PRANKI.J, 
pT puuinj no punches, k 
told Mr. Muhammad wlujt 
JRaslielng said. And without 
JBaiMni for any response 
|rprjfi blm, mentioned Bible 
passages about the sins of 
,paVtd* Moses, and Noah and j 
JHscL&sed with him about j 
flow food deeds out weighed i 
4»d, and about the iulflU- j 
%ne'at of prophecy, 

"Son, I'm not surprised." i 
Elijah Muhammad amid. J 
"You always have had such 
a good understanding of 
prophecy, and of spiritual 
things, You recognize that's 
what all of this la— prophecy. 
Ton Bare fee kind of under- 
standing that only an old 



Tm Da vid* Jat—lalj- 
"When yon read about how 
David took another man's 
wife, rm that David. Ton 
read about Noah, who got 
drunk, that's me. I hare to 
/al/fll all of those things." 
» I thought that when an 
epidemic la about to hit 
.somewhere, you Inoculate 
that community's people; 
fcgainrt exposure, ao that 
they are prepared to resist 
'vie virus. X decided to tell, 
six other selected East Coast 
.Muslim officials. I never 
Vireamed that the Chicago 
Muslim officials were going 
to make it appear that I was 
throwing gasoline on the fire 
instead of water. 

I expected headline* 
'momentarily. But I dldnft 
efcpeet the kind which came. 

fftfO ONE WEEDS TO BJE 
4)V* reminded that on Nov- 
ember 22, 1963, President 
John P. Kennedy rSi ak- 

laasslnated In Dallas, Tex. 

Vithln hours after the aa- 
usslnstlon every Muslim 
minister received a directive 

.'from Mr. Muhammad — to 

'**»*-« no remarks aV aU oon- 
-cefning the assassination^ 

-■' - 1 had a previously sehed- 
nled speaking engagement] In 
New York at the Manhattan 
Center, It wasn't canceled, 

. and the qaestlon-and-aniwer 

' period, someone asked me 
right off the bat, "What; do 

,yqn think about President 
Kennedy's assassin atlont* 1 

And I said without a sec- 
ond thought what I honestly 
felt— that, as I saw it, it ^as 
a case of "the chickens com* 

Jug-home in jpost* „T, anld- 

tftat the hate in yhjte men 

i had not stopped with the 



*•""""- "•*_ defenseless black 
people, but that, a imed w 
spread unchecked, it had 
•truck this country's Chief 
of State. BLACK MUSUMS, 
MALCOLM X! CHICKENS 
COME HOME TO BOOST. 
That was promptly in head- 
lines and on news broad- 
easts. 

■ The next day, i went to 
Chicago, on my monthly 
"visit to Mr. Muhammad. 

•That was a very bad 
statement," he said. "The 
country loved this nun. The 
whole country Is In mourn- 
ing. That was very 10 -tuned. 
A eUiement like thmt can 
snake It hard on MnsUms In 
general 111 have to silence 
you for the next ninety days 

^that the Muslims every- 
re can be dis-aasoclatet 
frvm the blunder." 
| I was numb. But I told Mr 
Muhammad, "Sir, I agre< 
with you, and i submit, one- 
hundred- percent.'* 

When I got back to New 
York, prepared to tell my 
Mosque No. 1 assistants that 
X had been suspended or, in 
my case, "silenced," I learned 
that already they had been 
Informed. Next, an an- 
nouncement was made that 
2 would be reinstated within 
80 days, "if he submits." 

/TtHIs made me suspicious 
* for the first time. I bad 
completely submitted. But 
Muslims were deliberately 
being given the implication 
that t bad rebelled. Three 
. days later the first word came 
to me that members of 
- E .,. Maar fu «- N o_ ? . w e r e being toM — 
"If you knew what the Mini- 
ster did, you'd go out and kill 
htm yourself." As a one-time 
. hJKHffjvI sensed that once 
again n»d to Jeave to wn 
> last. 



r I remembered Ca—hg'C'sy . 
i_ fft ffift first (n 1(62 at a De- 
t. trolt rally for Elijah Muham- 
\ mad. Today he does not share 
my feelings about Mr. Mo- 
hammad. But I most always 
be grateful to him that just 
at this time, when he was 
. training In Miami to fight 
Sonny Listen, he Invited me, 
|_ Betty and the children to 
I come there, as his guests, aa 
a sixth -wedding anniversary 
. present to Betty and me. 
Miami was Betty'e first va- 
cation since we bad married. 
And our girls loved . the 
heavyweight contender who 
romped and played with 
them. I was In a state of emo- 
tional shock. I made an error, 
I know now, In not speaking 
oat the full truth when i was 
. fi "st "suspended." 

kVhat was I going to do 
After the fight I returned 

New York City, where I 

* large, direct personal fol 
lowing. Each day, more of th 
militant, "action" brothers 
who had been with me fn 
Mosque No. 1 announced their 
automatically i r r e v o e a b 1 • 
break from the Nation of Is- 
lam to come with me. 

The Hotel Theresa is at the 
comer of 12jth Btreet and 
7th Avenue, which might be 
called one of the fuse boxes 
of Harlem. Z called a press 
conference and made the an- 
nouncement: 
*1 am golnr to organise 
• and lead a new moaqne In 
- New York City known as the 
Muslim Mosque. Incorporated, 
with temporary headquarters 
•nthe Hotel-Theres a. It wig " 
be the working base for an 
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(ion, and (he social degrada- 
tlon sufferd daily by twenty- 
two million Afro-Americans." 

THERE WAS ONE MAJOR 
thins more that I needed 
to do. I took a plane, to my 
sister Ella. In Boston. "Ella," 
I mM. "1 want to make the 
pilgrimage to Mecca" Ella 
said, "How much do you 
need?" 

I couldn't fet over what 
she did then. I obtained a 
visa to the Holy City and I 
left New York quietly. 

A* a Muslim from America, 
I was the center of attention 
In Mecca. They asked me 
what about tbe Hajj had Im- 
pressed me the most. I Mid, 
4, the brotherhood: The people 
or all races, colors, from all 
over the world coming? to- 
gether a* one. It has proved 
to me the power of the Ooe 
God." 

1 1 never would have believed, 
(Jossible— It shocked me when 
: considered it— the Impact ol 
^he Muslim World'* Influence 
on my previous thinking. 

any blacks would cynically 
accuse me of "telling out" the 
fight, to become an "Integra- | 
tlonist." Nearly all whites i 
scoff and Jeer. But I knew 1 
that there were it few who ' 
would understand, who would \ 
accept, that In the land of i 
Muhammad and Abraham, I j 
had been blessed with a new ' 
Insight Into the religion of ; 
Islam. 

Before I left the Holy City i 
I had an audience with Prince [ 
faJsal, who eneouraged me 1 
" to brine the - truth of Islam to' 
American Negroes. J visited 
Nigeria and Ghana, where I 
talked with cabinet officers, 
intellectuals. ambassadors 
fnittJbLJpt of Africa, and 
many others. *" " 



_Frr"1. nf f * 1 * I 'lew to Al- 
giers. It was Tuesdw . 'W g y 
IB, 196*— my birthday. It was 
39 years since the scene of 
this book's beginning, with my 
mother pregnant with me 
standing on the porch in Ne- 
braska, as the K,u XIUx Klan 
threatened her. 

VTY NEXT PLANE landed 
■»* In New York on May Jl 
at 4:2S in the afternoon. At 
we left the plane and filed 
toward Customs, X s»w the 
crowd— probably 5D or 60 re- 
porters and photographers. 

Before any press qaeriea 
could be made, I told of the? 
alteration of my attitude*' 
•bout white men who Pr*e4 
ticedj true brotherhood, such? 
as I had seen during- my re- 
cent pilgrimage experience 
I amojbf MtuUnu In the Holy 
Lui, 

TSE BLACK MAN In Amer- 
liea, when be cwakens, 
. vheh he becomes lntellectu- 
; eJly mature, when he becomes 
I able; to think for himself , then 
he wili be able to make more 
I Independent choices. 
|,..One« I was a racist— yet. 
Bat now I have turned my 
direction away from any* 
thing thai'* racist. S», some 
of the followers of EHJsh 
Muhammad would stfll eon- 
alder It a first-rank honor to 
kill me. Also 1 know that any 
-6*tnnm>icbt,-1-ctnilA dfe-*i 
the hands of some whjtf flrF° 



At the seme time, however, 
. T - ran't t h ink of anJ-RHrJw* 
Involving human beings to- 
day that you can divorce 
from the race Issue. I will 
tven go so far as to say that 
I dream tiiattme day history 
will took upon tne as having 
been one of the voices that 
perhaps helped to save Amer- 
ica from a grave, even pos- 
sibly fatal catastrophe. 

If the reader ean under- 
stand me. If then he ean 
■nnltlply me by the tens of, 
thousands, he will pot downF 
Ihis life story with at least a 
better picture than he had ofi 
America's black ghettoes. I 

More and worse riots will 
erupt. The black man has 
•een the white man's 'Under- 
belly of guilty fear. But, if 
through telllnj this story of 
my Hfe, I have brought any 
light, if I have spread any 
truth then all of the credit U 
due to Allah. Only the mis- 
takes have been mine. 
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BY MALCOLM X 
MY MOTHER was J4 yeari 
old when my father was 
- ■ n killed. Some 
kind of a 
family rou- 
tine got go- 
ing again. 
And for as 
i - long as the 
fiiTt innirnice money lasted, 
we did all right. When the 
state welfare people began 
coming to our bouse, we 
would come home from 
school sometimes- and -find 
them there talking with our 
mother, asking a thousand 
questions. They were acting 
and looking at her and us 
and around in our bouse in a 
way that had about it- the 
feeling that we were not peo- 
ple. We were just things, that 

T. 

jJWe swiftly began to go 

downhill. The physical down- 
hill wasn't as quick as the 
psychic. My mother was, 
above everything else, a 
proud woman, and it took its 
toll on her that she was ac- 
cepting charity. 

Her feelings communicated 
to us. It didn't help any when 
I began to get caught stealing 
snai%a*(iaiiP stores j and the 



This i( tht /it* Malcolm X'm own story. In it be details 
bit troubles in tht Black Muslim movement, trouble* tbtt 
may bare caused Jus assassination. Today bo recounts bis 
early Hit and bow fie got into crime. 



welfare people began to focus 
on me. 

The state people saw ber 
weakening. That was when 
they began the definite steps 

to take me away from the 
house. They began to tell me 
how nice it was going to be 
at the nearby (Johannes's 
borne, where the Gohannes 
and their nephew, "Big Boy," 
and old Mrs. Adcock ' all had 
said how much they would 
like to nave me live with 
mem. 

WHEN FINALLY 1 did go 

to the (Johannes's bjome, at 
least in a surface 'way I was 
glad. I would return (home to 
visit fairly often, and saw 
bow the stale people' were 
leaking plans to take over 
all the children. 

My mother talked to her- 
self nearly all the time now. 
The court orders were finally 
signed. Th ey took A er to the 
state mental hospital at Kal- 



amazoo. My mother is still 
in the same hospital. 

I guess I must have had 
some vague idea that if 1 
weren't in school, I'd be al- 
lowed to just live at the Go- 
bafines's and wander around 
town, stealing and loafing, orl 
maybe get a job if 1 wanted]. 
one, 

But I got rocked on m; 
heels when a state man I 
hadn't seen before came and 
got me at the Gohannes 's 
and took me down to court 
They said I was going to the 
detention home. It was about 
12 miles from Lansing, in 
Mason, Mich. I was 13 years 
old. The detention borne was 
where all boys and girls on 
their way to reform school 
were held, waiting. 

THE LADY hi charge of (he 
detention home, Mrs. Swer- 
lin, and her husband were 
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woman. She showed me to 
fc.my room — in my lite, my 
v first own room. It wu in one 
|>nf the dormitory-like buUd- 
f bogs where tbe kids In deten-. 
tfon were kept I discovered 
oext, with surprise, that I ate 
Tight at tbe tables with them. 
Different ones of die deten- 
tion home youngsters, when 
ttwir dates came up, vent oo 
off to £be reform school. But 
mine came up two or three 
times; it was always ignored. 
I saw new youngsters ar- 
rive and leave. I was glad, 
and grateful. I knew it was 
* Mrs. Swerlin's doing. She fl- 
'.Btlly told me one day that I 
was going to ester the Mason 
High school 

The white kids there were 
friendly. Somebody, includ- 
ing tbe teachers, was calling 
me "nigger" everywhere I 
turned, but It was easy to see 

ttbey didn't mean any 
. "The nigger," in fact, 
extremely popular, 
unique, the only om 
d— you know what 
mean? Every Sunday 1 wenl 
' to Sunday school and church. 
There was no black church to 
go to, so I went to the white 
one. 

In Mason High I was 
elected the class president! 
It shocked me. More than it 
did other people, I tee now. 
My grades were among the 
highest in the school. I was 
unique in my class, like a 
pink poodle. I am not going 
to say that I wasn't proud. 

ALONG TOWARD the end 

of that year, our father's 
grown daughter, Ella, by his 
first marriage, came from 
Boston to Lansing. After na- 
iting each borne where my 
different brothers and sisters 
were staying, EUa lefL But 



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[a met me,.psMs^b«p>e.-' 
home. Tte house was on 
Waumbeck street, in Rox- 
bury, tbe Harlem of Boston. 
I saw, or met, 1 suppose 100 
people whose big-city talk 
and ways left my mouth 
banging open. The cars they 
drove! I tried to describe it, 
when I got back to T anting, 
but I couldn't. 1 thought can*, 
stantly about all that 1 had 



One day Mrs. Swerlin 

! called me Into tbe living 

! room. She said she felt; there 
was no need for me to be at 
the detention borne any long- 
er, I wrote to Ella In Boston. 

1 I don't know bow Ella did it, 
but official custody of me 
was transferred from Michi- 

I gan to Massachusetts. 

The same week that I fin- 
ished tbe eighth gride, I 
again caught the Greyhound 

j bus. All praise is due to 
Allah! If I hadn't gone on to 

I Boston, probably I'd ttiU be 
a brain-washed black Chris- 

. tian. 

THIS TIME I was b(| 
|oough to walk around .... 
By myself, and I just knock* 
myself out, gawking, 
(pn's downtown bad the big' 
gest stores I ever saw, and 
white people's restaurants 
and hotels. On Maksachu- 
' setts avenue, next door to the 
j Loew's State theater, fas tbe 
t big, exciting Roteland State 
• ballroom. Big posters adver- 
tised the nationally famous 
bands, white and Negro, that 
had been there. I saw that 
"Coming Next Week" wu 
Glenn Miller. 

I wanted to find onyself a 
job to surprise Ella, fa show 
her I could, mostly. One aft- 
ernoon something told me to 
go inside a poolroom whose 
window I wu looking thru. 
Something made me. decide 
to talk to a stubby, dark fel- 
low who racked up the balls 
for the pool players, and 
whom I'd beard different 



f she had to ld me to..writc_tp ,[ ones c all "Shorty." 
her, and she had suggested 
that I might like to spend the 
cummer holiday visiting ber 
in Boston. I Jumped at that 
chance. 

That summer of WO, I 
caught tbe Greyhound bus, 
with my cardboard suitcase 
and wearing my green suit. 
If someone had bung tbe sign 
"Hkk"on me,.T.m)i1dn't 
ba vl "lliBMfl more obvious. 



And one day be came out 
side and saw me standing 
there with my kinky* reddish 
hair and he had said, "Hi, 
Red," to that made; me fig- 
ure that be was friendly. In- 
conspicuously as I could, I 
went on to the back, wbere 
this Shorty looked up at me 
over an aluminum^SJLjhat 
he* wW Ming with the pow- 
; der that pool players sprinkle 



bad been «cc*ktid*~to nfl 
tt sUck and straight t told 
him I'd appreciate & 1 tw'd 
tell me ho* couM #*teebody 

go'aomtf r gete«-#6/ - 

He tiSm^mM^ I ever 

doce,_ J^ 49^i\$&. $* t 
wny"h1rw*bei^p6nKrTiST"Td 

been at Mason High. He 
nearly, dro pped tb£_jusder 
can. He EoIIered "My home- 
boy! Man, gimme some skin! 
Man, I'm from Lansing!" 
Pretty soon we sounded as 
tbo we had been raised in' the 
same block, and we Were re- 
acting like long-lost brothers. 
"You're my homebcy— I'm 
going to school you to the 
happenings.'' I Just had to 
stand up there and grin like 
a fool. I was glad to bear 
those words. 

I HUNG around in the 
back of tbe poolroom, and 
Shorty, keeping an eye on tbe 
pool games up at tbe tables, 
would run and rack balls, 
then come-back and talk. He 
asked my circumstances, and 
I told blm about Ella and all. 
Shorty's job-or "slave"-m 
the poolroom* there, he said, 
yas Just to keep ends togeth- 
er while be leaned his 
I A couple of years 
fie'd hit the numbers, 
bought a saxophone. "Lite 
all the cats," be fold me,M 
play at least a dollar a day 
m (be ftHi number with my 
main man. Soon as I bit that, 
I plan to organize my band, 
get the studs some uniforms 
and stuff." Before we went 
out, be opened his saxophone 
case and showed the born to 
me. It was gleaming bnu 
against the green velvet, u 
alto sax. 

When I lot home, Ella said 
there bad been a phone call 
from -somebody named 
Shorty, He bad left a mes- 
sage that over at the Rose- 
land ballroom, the ahoeshine 
boy, named Freddie, was 

ultting ttjt t n ight, and 



bad tol3 him to bold 
tbe job for me. 

Tne front of tbe ballroom 
was an lighted when 1 got 
mere. A man at the front 
door was letting hi members 
of Benny Goodman's band. I 
told him I wanted to see tbe 
; ahoeshine boy, Freddie. 

A "Will V',' ferowa-eklmwd, 

"conked" cat upstairs in tbe 

ajnea'a nam greeted me. 



* *Ton Short y's ts roeboy?" \ 
sfUT'l "Wis, and h**"lkJ0 fie 
was a friend of Shorty's. 
"Good old boy," Freddie 
said. "He called me,. he'd 
Just heard I bit the big num- 
ber, and he figured right I'd 
be quitting." - 

Then he gave a demonstra- 
tion in how to make tbe shine 
rag pop Uke a firecracker. 
By tbe dose of the dance 
Freddie bad let me shine tbe 
shoes of three or four stray 
drunks he talked fnto ft, and 
I had practiced picking up 
; my speed on bis shoes until 
they looked like mirrors. 

After we had helped tbe 
Janitors to clean up tbe ball- 
room after the dance, throw- 
ing out empty liquor bottles 
we found, stuff like that, 
■Freddie was nice enough to 
drive me all tbe way home to 
Ella's on (he "hiD" in his mm- 
,-roon, second-hand Buick. He 
! looked across at me. "Some 
| hustles, now, you just got to 
| realize you're too new for. 
me cats will ask you for 
q u o r, some more for a 
ick" — reefers. Whateyet 
■- they ask you for, ydi 
act dumb, until you gat 
able to dig who's a cop. You 
can make 10, 12 dollars a 
dance far yourself if you 
work everything right. Tbe 
main thing you got to remem- 
ber is that everything in the 
world is a hustle. 0. E. 
"Red?" 

IN ABOUT two weeks I 

bad found out that Freddie 
had done less shoeshining 
and towel hustling than sell- 
ing liquor and reefers, and 
contacting white "Johns" for 
some Negro girls. Most of tbe 
Roseland's dances were 
those far whites only, and 
they had white bands only. 
The Negro dances with Ne- 
gro bands were only now and 
then. They packed that ball- 
room, me black chicks to 
real way-out silk and satin 
dresses and shoes, and their 
hah- done in all kinds of 



styles, and tbe cats sharp in 

tbeir "soot" suits and craxy 

"cooks," and everybody 

I grinni ng and greased and 

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th e ngly ru mor — ■■ Tt*** - 
ling gwiiuy there among non- 
jmualims, u welL So tone 
months later I sal down and 
negative re-'l wrote Mr. Muhammad 
marks coo- what poison was being 
cerning me, .spread about him. He had 
v or veiled me fly to his new home In 

negative to- Phoenix to see him in April, 
' plications, or 1963. - ' 

I noticed otb- We embraced, as always; 
er early evidences of ' the and almost Immediately he 
envy and jealousy . w h i c h took me outside where we he- 
Mr. Muhammad had proph-l gan to walk by his swimming 
esied. I was trying to "take .pool. "Well, son," be said 
over" the Muslims. I was' "What Uon your mind?'" 
"taking credit (or Mr. Mu-< ri, 4 wBiv™iu 

bammad's teaching." I was;. PLAINLY. FBAlJKLV.|pnU. 
trying to build an empire &]*». » !"".«*«*. * ^d Ur - 
m)$eU. I loved playing o 
aast "Mr.. Big Shot/' 



j Muhammad what was being 
{said. And without waiting for 



I don't believe 



any response from him, «n*n- 

"^ tbC „ Na ^ D * w"~ ! «he sins of D.vidVMos4 and 
tould have gained the inter-: N(ah ^ ^u^ ^ him 

natiitaal prominence that fer, (about how good deeds out- 
Mui*minad's wings hadjflet weighed bad, and about the 
me fain — plus the freedom fulfillment of prophecy 



that be had granted me to 
take liberties and do things 
on my own — and still have 
remained as faithful and as 
■elfless a servant as I was. 
Yet I was very fcyper- 
tensHiv* to Internal critics. 
\hn I W|iiW tint hplp hiit 

hear some of tee, hints and 
rumors and viciau&«jfl5gip 
thai VaS"guing around about 
the moral behavior of our. 
leader. 

r I WILL ONLY NOTE to »* 
as brief as possible on this 
and to indicate my own re- 
actions, that Mr. Muhammad 
ts the defen dant In two par 
feffdfy' lints' Si' Cos Angeles! 



Son, I'm not surprised" 
Elijah Muhammad said. 
"You always have had such 
a good understanding of 
prophecy, and of spiritual 
things. You recognize that'i 
what ail of this is-preph- 
ecy. Yqu have the kind of un- 
derstanding that only an old 
man has. 

"I'm David," he said. 
"When you read about how 
David took another man's 
wife, I'm that David. You 



t expecte d flca dTtBea~Bm ^ 
iLRutuiiyi'But 1 tDBnTns- 
pect the kind which came. 

No one needs to be re- 
minded that on Nov. 28, 1963, 
President Kennedy was aa- 
sassinated in Dallas. 

Within hoars after the as- 
f tffijffjjm every Muslim 
minister received a directive 
from Mr. Muhammad — to 
make no remarks at aO con- 
cerning the assassination. 

I had a pre vi o u sly sched- 
nled speaking engagement in 
New York at the Manhattan 
Center. It wasn't canceled, 
and in the question-and - an- 
swer period, aomeone asked 
me right off the bat, "What 
do you think about President 
Kennedy's assassination?" 

And I said without a ■*& 
end thought what I honi 
vj}ss a case of "the chick! 
aiming home to 
fluid Hut the bate In 

ten had not stopped with the 

tiling of defenseless black 
p)p)e, hot that, aUowed] to 
-ead unchecked, it ikd 
this country's Chietiof 
SUt*. » 

BLACK MUSLIMS, Mal- 
colm Xf Chickens come home 
to roost. That was promptly 
in headlines and on news 
hroadcasf*. The next day, I 
went to Chicago, on my 
monthly visit to Mr. Muham- 
mad. 

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drunk, that's me/ Yon read 
about Lot, who went, and 
laid op with his ownjdtQgb- 



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I dooH know bow those suits, 
tYosa two girls who once 



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read about Noah, who f ot statement," he said. "The 

Jnnt, fh^lU « »■ V«n (taut MWtfihv Inuut tht* w- n. 



country loved this man. The 
whole country is in mourn- 
ifig. That via very Ukfined. 



ten. 1 have to fulfill all of A statement like that can 



mal a it h ird a n Muolims to- 



were his secretaries, are go- •" *££" ' - 
know that-at the time 1 fir*,"™"T* * 



general Til have to silence 

MM ikfad ^^^SSTt Z^&TVh *& W. *»** * 
tuns about his moral bfe, I g^ to ^U ^ Xr ^MMkt a judgment of me, on 
could not ignore them. V r^r 1 T« f* coast Muslim 1 m 7 °* n Jnerit* and demerits, 

By late 1962, a number of ^fi^ic ■' . "1 must go back to tell you 

.Muslims were l eaving M os-; '- * " ^mething ot mv ijf r tyfn-. i 

qui lis. ' i' iff 1 " 'CSUeagO- ' am taxed the Muslims. 

I learned that reliably — and- 



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~-S^"toid brothera be bid wen four.B U fli gh t which 1 

tern die by violence, three 

of them in the aouth, killed 

by white people, including 

one of them hung. 

1 WAS MY FATHER'S 1th 

child. He had by ■ previews 
marritge three, Ella, Earl 



_„£gnant with me, _ 
toe later, a party of Ku Klux 
JQan riders came suddenly 
one night, galloping on their 
Worses around our home in 
Omaha, Neb. They atopped 
with their upraised torches 
Hlhting all around the bouse 
to prevent any escape by my 
lather. 

V My mother came out of the lend Mary, who lived in Bo*, 
front door. She defied them Ion. In Philadelphia be had 
that she was alone with her Lj et m $ married my mother 
three small children, and C_ . „ . _._,.:. __. .».. 
that my father was away 
preaching, in Milwaukee. 

The Klansmen shouted 
threats and warnings at her 
that we bad better get out of 
Omaha because the good 
Christian white people were 
sot going to stand for my 
father's "spreading trouble" 
among the local "good" Ne- 
groes with the "Back to Afri- 
ca 1 ' teachings of Marcus 
Garvey — at that time, 1925, 
the most controversial black 
man on earth. 

The Klansmen spurred 



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>tvid memory t have, ¥?* 
member being ^^j*#a«tfjr 
matched awake iat$M Mar-' 
'ly petrifying confusion of pia- 
tol ahota and shouting amoke 
and flames. My father bad 
tees and ahot at toe two 
white men who bad aet fire 
to our, house and were run- 



Their first child, my oldest 
full brother, Wilfred, was 
born there. 

They moved from Philadel- 
phia to Omaha, where Hilda 
and thee Philbert were born. 
and then I was the next one 
inline. 

The family waited, as my 
father bad decided, and my 
metier was 28 when J was 
born on May 19, 1923, in an 
Omaha hospital. Louise Lit- 
tle, my mother, wbo was 

born in Grenada, in the 
British West Indies, looked 



The Klansmen spurred ^ , white womn 
their horses and galloped Wft nex < went fe j^ 
about the house, close Mjch A ho|Be waj ^^ 

and soon my father was do- 
ing free - lance Christian, 
Baptist preaching in locfkl 
Negro] churches, and dur«| 
the week he was mov/cg 
abouW spreading the Garj/ey 
teachings. 



enough to use their gun butts 
to shatter all the windows. 
Then they rode away. 

My father, the Rev, Ear} 
Little, was enraged when be 
returned. He decided that 
they would wait until f was 
born— which would be soon— 
and then the family would , 
move. I am not sure why he j 
made this decision as be was 
Hot a -frightened Negro, as 
fliost then were, and still are 
today. 

MY father was ■ big/ 

ai-\ - foot - four, very black 
man. He had only one eye. 
How he bad lost the other 
one, I never have known. He 
was from Reynolds, Ga.,' 
where be had finished the 
3d o^jfidsbc mc 4thrTgrstfcs 
Among himself and his six 



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Booked la slaying 



Hint Muslim 
'R^hearsal'iro 
Kill Malcolm 



Harlem police disclosed to- ' 
day that the Black Muslims of 
Elijah Muhammad used the 
Audubon auditorium for a *■ 
| secret meeting aeveral days 
Lbefare Malcolm X was alain 
Feb. 21 to the hall. t 

Police tpeculated that this F 
may have been "a dry run" (or • 
the assassination to come, to ? 
that those participating could 
rehearse their parta, familiarise 
themselves with the exits, audi 
i plan their escape. » 

Wtnld Expiate Speed ( 
The *oliee said they were 
Ho M bx h it omaBta-that-^hia ~ 
was the first time the Black j 
Jf uslims had ever met is the 
Audubon hall. Knowledge of 
Abe hall, police aaid, would a- 
•plain the timing and tpeed of 
the assassins. 

> Of the five men believed to 
*ave participated In the alay- 
ing, only one was caught on 
■the spot. A sawed-off shotgun 
nuMt-petot* of t wo differe nt 
calibers were usee, une « 



f^MjdCttai»y8 bodyg uards pu t 
I \ a bullet In the leg of ltitlimlge 
Hayer, 22, and police arrested 
him. 

Three dayi after Hayer was 
caught, police picked up Nor- 
man 3Z Butler, tt, and charged 
him with homicide In the sboot- 
mg of Malcolm X, 39, a defec- 
tor from the Black Muslim outt 
Arrett 3d Mas 

A third man, arrested laat 
t?'Bli t and charged with homi- 
cide In the shooting, Is Thomas 
15X Johnson, 90, of thtt Bronx. 

Herbert J. Stem, afaiatant 
district attorney, said, +'I bave 
ordered Johnson booked for 
the homicide of Malcolm X, 
which be perpetrate^ with 
others." 

Johnson U a husky, thin- 
musUcbed Black Muilim aj- 
re«ly under indietmenit, along 
with Butler, In the Jan. \6 sboit- 
toglof Benjamin 3X Brows, U, 
of V» Bronx, another Muslim 
defector. 



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Muslims 

The Black. Muslims have ob- 
taioed a warrant charging 
criminal assault against a Ne- 
gro whom they beat and tossed 
out of their convention Sunday 
at the Coliseum. 

QuintoD R.X,. 27, a Mus- , 
finj from Washington, charged [ 
m Wabash Av. police court [ 
that Chicagoan Willie Greer [ 
struck him in the face during . 
the convention's final session 
Sunday afternoon. , 

The Muslim said thai j 
Greer, a non-Muslim, had be- 
come abusive and made derog- 
atory remarks about the cult's 
leader— «x-convict Elijah Mp- 
bjmmad, 67. •[ 

U He also testified that Gre^n 
punched him in the face, 
breaking bis eyeglasses. Three 
other Muslims, including Eli- 
jab Muhammad Jr., accom- 
panied Quinton R.X. to the 
bearing before Magistrate 
Daniel J. White. 

GREER WAS hospitalized 
until late Tuesday in Die 
Michigan Av. Hospital Tor 
bruises and face cuts. 14. Ed- j 
ward Landis of the Area One : 
homicide unit said tbat Greer 
earlier told police be was un- I 
decided whether to sign a 
counter-complaint against the 
Muslims. 

Corodr. Robert I. Lynskey 
of the Chicago Police Task 
Force said uniformed police- 
me n we ie not p ie*u > in*id t " 
the Coliseum during the three- ■ 
day ^eon vent ion because the; 
Muslims had requested they 
surrender their weapons be- 
fore entering. 

"This was a private reli- 
pousjemce and *if )»r{r ad- 
vised" by ti)c"ciry corporation 
counsel's office not to give up 



our lervice revo lvers," ty ns- 

tc j ' gtiiff "This tflpinrdid 

not station men on duty inside. 
However, two of our police- 
men did eater the Coliseum 
for t ninute or two after 
Greer was ejected. They were 
in ihere only to see that order 
bad been restor ed ^and _t hat 
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'-. 'Slack Muslims rented the Audubon jBallroom tn 

"Upper ijashattan less than a week before| the Feb. 21 

murder there or Black Jtetionalist leader Malcolm X 

or an apparent "dress rehtarsal" of the assassination, a, 

gh police official told Tj^> Journal-American today. ; 

'Except for the mitbap of 
one mm t ettlnt ibot before he*' 
eould nuke it to the door, their 
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"The kiUerg mart hare had! 
prior knowledge of the ballrooms 
and the Volldiaf it»etf lib order; 
to execnte their plan wllb inch; 
a deiree of (peed and precision, 
-The Black iiusttnu bad 
never used the ballroom before, 
illt aeesu to be more than a 
1 mere coincidence that they 
ihooid auddenly eboow to hold 
a meeting In tbe ?erj place that 
Malcolm was to appear tbe fol* 
lowinj Sunday. 

"Darlnr the MisUm »**ttoj, 

there would ha« been ample 

pportaalty to ■fnjlr exitt and 

entrance*, to plan (top bf-atep 

the tlminr and determine -the 

.jeaeape route*. 

■It b eoneernble tint a drj 
inn took ptooo Jlatin* that 
meetto*." ■. 

. SUclosure; of the murderous 
- "practice toarion^ Wte ** the 
third and final alleged toiftw 
rnan. inJ&e^kUltaj t*c*t~i~ 
raimment today on a homicide 
chare e in Criminal Court. 

Belaed mtertay, he was 
identified . a* Tfconaa MX 
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TV.o.T.ss J5X was identified in 
Tlic jo'-ir.al-An-.crlean just five 
days af:er Malcolm's murder as 
o:-.e ci". :he passible suspects and 
as a;i tssociaic of Gorman 3X 
Eui'.er. ;c, another of the ac- 
eu.;;i irio of slayers. 

Eoifi Johnson and Culler,, an j 
enforcer and member of the. 
Stack Muslim "elite Fruit of 
Islam security force, already arc! 
under indictment in the Jan. 6 
Bronx si-.ootins and wounding 
of Benjamin 13X Brora, 31. a 
Bikers lsisr.it ^uard who had 
lefi the Muslims' Harlem 
rr.osQue to set up his own 
nioscue hi the Bronx. 

The third alleged tri£permar. 
charged iriih the Malcolm mur- 
dcr J5 Taln'.aize Hayer. 22, also 
Identified as a Slack Muslim, 
who was shot in the le? by 
cue of Malcolm's bodyguards 
as he fled the ballroom at 166th 
et. and Broadway. 

'The investigation Is contin- 
uing," the high police official 
said. "Uc arc stili looking fori 
two or three more men who! 
created the diversionary dis* 
order in the ballroom that al-j 
lowed the shooters to tvork." 

Ke declined to say if the 
lde:-,UciC5 cf the men still aoutfit, 
fui kiwwn to authorities. 



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a bazaar on Frb. IGjuuLitJi 11 
tiracs apparently nude their 
pUns for the maneuver against 
Malcolm," he said. 

Leon iX described Thomas 
15X as the man in charge of 
the Black Muslims in the Bronx. 

Tha OAAU l:opcs to meet 
ivj'Jhin ths month to choose a 
new head man, Leon 4X said. 
Ke denied there was any power 
$in:g;;!e for leadership golnjr,on ' 
within the organization. 

MCSLIM DENIAL 

In Chicago, Emanuel Mu- 
hammad, son of Elijah Mu- 
hammad, "prophet" of the ■ 
i Black Muslims, reiterated i 
derjial that the Muslims were' 
responsible for Malcolm X'sj 
murder. 
"We are not the assresior," 
cjhe < uid. "I can't understand 
"(why they're throwing all this 
THOMAS 13X JOBNSON Ut my daddy' and bis felled 

Booked in Homicide «"•" J , , . - ,_ ■ ■ , 

; L_A*_Zisli! Todays Issue of ■*Muham- ; 

mad Speaks," official weekly 
newspaper of the Blaclt Mus- ; 
lims, declared that Leon 4X' 
"is how the head men cf the 
late Malcolm's group and he ; 
has. declared publicly. that l&r.' 
Muhammad will not live ..." 
The paper further charged; 



Leon 4^ Ameer, who defected 
from the Black Muslims with 
Malcolm a'nd now Is considered 
a, top candidate to succeed as 
head of Malcolm's Organization 
of Afro-American Unity, con- 
firmed tod)y that a Black Mus. 
l!m pre-aisassir.ation session "two men, part of the late Mai 



had been held in the Audubon 
BalJroom. 
"They used the ballroom for 



com X venjenance iquad, are 
headed for Chicago to asiissi- 
nate the. honorable Elijah JIu- 
ad and other official* at 
Muhammad"* Mosque ol Islam." 
In another development of 
the Malcota murder probe, 
Cary Tfc'omas Jr., a. Negro in 
his 20s, was ordered held in 
{50.000 bail as a material wit- 
ness. Asst. Dist. Atty. Robert W. 
McScever said Thomas had 
been present during the Assassi- 
nation and had "vital laforma- 
oncemiag the identity of 
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start bis rise within the Black Muslim movement cm 

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ith Alex Haley, Meicolm X's ^aiobuttymphy tells his 

ory the way he vm/ued to be rememhefsd. 



THE SUMMER OF J&53— all praise Is due to Allah 
—I was named Detroit Mosque No. 1* assistant* 
Jnlster. Every time I could f et olf, I wduld go to CbJ-j 
^igo and see Mr. Elijah Muhammad. He encouraged! 
jjtoe to come when I could. I felt like, and I was treated! 
ike, another son, or another brother, by Mr.-Muham- 
tad and his dartt,«ood wife Sister Clara Muhammad, 
id their children, and his dear mother,, Mother Marie, 
I would Kit galvanised, hearing f»m *p.llaham- 
fl'» own mouth the true history •( our religion, the 
le religion for the black Hun' ~- '-p- ->' 

t . Mr. Muhammad told me that he one evening had 
W revelation that Master W. D. Fard represented the 
Salffllment of thfe prophecy, that on tbe^jast Day the 
Eajr-i-rfah would eotne as lighting Irom the East and 
E$pear in the Wait to resurrect the Lost Sheep.and re- 
Store them forever to their own p«6ple. 
I 3n 1931, iwly to leave, Uister W. D. Part called tot" ettoer 
|ba or iii» nlnlAert. He tottraeted them that sir. SUJah 
5t«banun»d ni to be the Menenier to the Lost-round 
*~»»Uon ol iktacwwho wu the black mafr— to ithe wilderness 
: Jforth America. - 
Then lUcter W. I>. r»rd-41amppeand wUhdut H 
. Muhaaunad invited a i'i '* '" ' " ■*■■ 
D» at ttt hone to cw- 
o while ht trained nw lor 
jCOa. Tfcen in March, IBM, 
lfeewnfer tnored me on 
Philadelphia, 

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I eould really get to thou 
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But I knew also that Our 
strict moral code of disciplines 
was what repelled them most. 
I fired at this point, at ithe 
reason for our code: "The 
white man want* black inen 
to stay Immoral, unclean and 
Ignorant." 
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be explained Is inj who were 



-that Philadelphia success, 
.Mr, Muhammad appointed 
i me to be the minister of 
/■Mosnue No. 7 In vital New 
j-Tork City} It was nine years 
i|ainc* West Indian Archie and 
I had been stalking the 
ftmts, momentarily expect- 
ing to try and ahoot tach 
other down like dog*. 



IE3EBP HA VINO to remind 
myself that then Mosque 
No. 7 in New York City was 
' * little atorefront. W* dls- 
'covered the best tithing audi- ■ 
ence of all, by far " 
conditioned audience 



■ipi"» 



■ Mohammad'* teaching: the! 

Christian churches. 
f- We went fishing fut and 
( furiously when those Utile 
v. evangelical atorefront ebur- 
cues let out their 3 to SO 
, -people an the eldewslk. 
, ■" "Come to bear us, brother, 
, litter— " Theae eonirei atlons 
^'wera wsually Southera-mU 
j^ grant people, tonally older 
l- 1 - people, who would go any- 
* whera to hear what they 
called "good preachlM.* 

These were the church con- 
gregations who were atwiyt 
putting out little signs an- 
nouncing that Inside thitf 
L'wer* aelllng frled-chlck« - 
and-chitterlings dinners |p 
raise some money. 
. And three or four nlghti a 
r«eek they were In their store- 
1 front rehearsing for the nut 
jfeanday, J gvesa, abating ani 
tattling and rolling the Go* 
TJt U wM ti their guitars 
tambourines. I knew the 



io wer 
tentatively lntereited to be- 
coming MgiUmi. Any fcrnJ- 
eatlon wat absolutely forbid* 
den la the Nation of islam. 
Any eating of the filthy pork, 
ar other injurious or unheal- 
thy foods; any ue of tobacco, 
alcohol ar narcotics. 
■ No Muslim could dance, 
gamble, date, attend monies, 
or eports, or take long vaca- 
tions from work. Muslims 
alept no more than health 
required. Any domestic Quar- 
*k. *.«■ ; "Ung, -ni' discourtesy, esW- 

V «1 i clAl1 * to women, waa W 
) jot Mr. J -,,„„„ ■ 



allowed. 

No lying, or stealing wai 
permitted, or no Insubordina- 
tion to civil authority, except 
on the grounds of religious 
obligation. 

OUR MORAL LAWS were 
policed by our Fruit o£j is- 
lam — able and dedicated and 
trained Muslim men. Infrac- 
tions resulted in suspension 
by Mr. Muhammad, or Isola- 
tion for various periods: or 
even expulsion for the worst 
offenses, "from the only 
group that cares about y^u." 

We had grown, br 1»54— 
veil. atiabSe. Every Ketone 
had fished with enough jsiie- 
cess that there were far more 
Muslims especially in the pa- 
Jor eltles of Detroit, Chjeago. 
and New York than anyone 
•v«r Would have guessed from 
the outside. 

In fact, as you know. In the 
iv big cities yo u can n ave 
a very big organisation ihat, 



no publle sSoW, or 
noise, no one will be aware 
that It Is around. 

I haven't made any men- 
tion of It before now. but I 
had always been so very care- 
ful to stay completely clear of 
any personal closeness with 
any of the Muslim sisters. • 
My total commitment to 
Islam demanded havlnc no 
iother Interests, especially, I 
Jf ell, no women. But I hadn't 
jbeen tovolrtd with many 
mosques wbere at least one 
single sister hadn't let ont 
I some broad hint that ahe 
/ thought I needed a wife. 

Then this particular sister 

—well, in 19M, she Joined 

Mosque No. 7. 1 Just noticed 

her, not with the slightest 

ilhterest, you understand. For 

(about the next year I Just 

noticed her. You know. It was 

• Sister fietty X. Bhe- was tail. 

Brown-skinned— darker than 

I was. And the had brown 

•eyes. But I didn't pay too 

much attention. 

I KNEW SHE WAS « native 
of Detroit, and that at 
"Tuskegee Institute down 
there In Alabama, she had 
rbeen a student— -an educa- 
tion major. She was in New 
York attending one of the 
i big hospitals* School of 
Nursing, She lectured to the 
. Muslim girls' and women's 
t classes on hygiene and medi- 
tcal facts. 

I One day I thought It would 
| help the women's classes If 
t took her— Just because she 
happened to be an instructor 
— to the Mu seum of Natura l 
-KiXorW"^: — - 



t. * T nt t/L turning Jj jiver In 
J my mlndVWhat wouia nap** 
' pen If I Just should happen, 
fiometlme, to maybe think 
about maybe getting married 
to somebody? 
I was go shocked, at my- 
. at If. when Z ratlired what 
I was thinking, I quit going 
anywhere around Sister Betty 
X, or anywhere I knew aha 
would be. 

Because ahe enre wasn't 
going to have any chance to 
embarrass me. I had heard 
too many women bragging, 
like, "I told that chump 'Get 
leal!' " Fd had too much ef 
all kinds of experience to 
snake a man very cautious. 
But I told the Honorable 
••Elijah Muhammad,' when I 
visited him In Chicago that 
) month, that I was thinking 
bout ■> very serious step, 
e amiled when he heard 
hat it was. Mr. Muhammad 
Id that he'd like to meet 
L this sister. , 

AFTER he met her. the 
Honorable Elijah Mu- 
Lhamniad told me that be 
[thought that Sister Betty X 
i was a fine sister, who would 
Lsnake a good Muslim wife. I 
p proposed to her dfctei, *Lodfc 
do you want to frtvmarT 
rled?" She actedtil surprised 
and shocked. Tfte more -I 
have thought •Wit.lt.-1d 
this day I beuenj frtte wis 
: putting on an act. Because 
[ Women know. JK.'*''".' -J". 
■'.. on the foMaenth «f 
I January, 1951, aTveatury, wt 
r had diiven out ^o Uuinn 
l Mich, where jfey\ hrathex 
i-Jhllka rt i tv o d, W si gw* th e 
I necessary blood 'torts,, then 
rlln llaoaal. Tht sl we wtn t sa 
I the Jnstlee «f flte'paaee.. ; 



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SfcS 



fcjaajanned the wedding. 

1%U ol the witnesses wen 

J*. . . - * . 

Sot Txef^W trUwreTAll 

.that Hollywood ituft! Like 

women wanting men 

pick them up mud carry 

^across thresholds, and 

of them weigh more 

you do. 

don't know "bow man; 
irrlage breakup* atent 
by these snovfet and ; 
vltlon-addict women ex- 
Unf nidi bouquets -mad , 
jnd bugging and be- 
lt iwept *ut like Cinderella 
r« dinner and dancing— '■ 
ten getting mad when a 
*or, •crsggiedy "husband 
« In tired and sweaty 
r i&> working uke a tog all 
^.daj, looking for ton* food. 
- We lived lor the next two- • 
ad-*-h«lf rears In Queen*. 
'ew York, sharing -a bouse ■ 
ol two small apartment* with 
^.Brother John All and his ! 
$Mte. He's the naUscal wta*- ■ 
***Jy in Chicago, -V - --"-3 

UlTTEiAH, OUrf^lAlBT, 
■>**, DAUGHTER, attalinrai 
la November, 1W.' Bite's 
■named "tor AtUlahJJH *hn, 
KHe aacked Rom£>.4natty; 
v-etfter AtUlah carae,JrV*no«Hr 
a seven-room hftaaa jp-ajK 
t-black lection oi^'ueens. 
, Another flrt, Qnlpleh 
{pained after Emperor Xnbla 
^haa), wu b*rn on Christ- 
Day af Itfit. then, 
anh <"llyas" !■ Arabic 
SlUah) was .barn In July, j 
»«!. We hare Jut had a 
•urth ehlld, who tu going 
Ac named Tamnmoa,'* 

It tamed mt to be ' 

■nother ftt. And the has the 
P"Tllllrt **"" "*" '""*"*■" 



E ^T dlif tr y now I ^fll say 
S lev* Batty. tte' l T Ug m i v 
■om»n I ever even thought 
laving. And she's one 
tbflTery few^our [women 
—whom 2 have ever trusted. 
The thing is,. Betty's !» food 
wustoa woman ana wjre. " 

.The Western "Jove" *on- 
tept. you take apart. It really 
-ii hut- Bui Ztlam teaches us 
-to look Into the woman, and 
-toadies' her to look into us. 

X\tfRrNO TBS HS2T 

1 ** TEARS, radio aha tele- 
vision people began i asking 
me to defend our Nailon <tl 
Jnams program in "panel 
dbcuMjons" and "debates" 
against hand-picked {nehol- 
ars." both whlt« an<i some 
of -those Ph.D. 'liouse" and 
'Tart" Negroes who had 
Been ttUektag ua 
u -Dr> C. Brie Lincoln'* book 
about us was published amid 
widening controversy about 
us Muslims, Just about the 
"time that we were starting 
to pot on our first big mass 
L *aUlea. Now QOs bwkts title 
' *a* Black Muslims in Amer- 
ica. And we never cou^d pet 
-that "Black Muslim" name 
dislodged. . . . 

Ineoln's deUnUlva 



fej— k wm M^»aaaa^r^^miaj >Jrajrt« 

J'TheMaast^Atterican iuri- " 'ttHnB'wfptBOtligam^ - 

■ jtftt Sunday,] . , 'S^r hearty jtvery 4tr icn* 

iter UrrHuhBamatt ^01- -*rimcrtrn*"ihe--Bh\ek ^ftra- 

ctetf that we would admit ^jims" appeared Jbv^news- 



white press, Fruit .of 
men "Tn "6 r 6 u bTTI f 
ched them, as everyone 
:lse waa searched — "their 
'jjotabook*; th»lr JOBhMM, 
iera caata, Mid wnattvei 
they canted. We wore 
:hed.' -Our — *el«pneoa» 
are Upped, -,-■-■; £lI; 
B«th the awUe» anfl'Uu 
t»UaO> «ud paretoUuUy. 



rvhdted «fld ^aesUoned wa. 

*Wr, If uoauunad said. 1 *♦ 
>t fear thesn I -•*»• -an 

t I kMd, the truth." 
And so, *y 1»81, our Na- 
on of Isiam flourished. Mr. 



^pen. iMreadnf&c* local 

"Usgtt TTai jomeihlnBT"tnul 

■aid. or ••Malcolm X" ai An 

individual 'TlematosTte.* ' 

'"'BetMaa aa~4aititatMi"«t 

Islam's. jatnbteT J» '.««* 

Tsek -Glty 4p AM3, J was 

•tryt&f ^*' ^wpo "wraa ■ "^fee 

newiaaper aad tale>Uuu fw> 

l porters detemmed to jefeal 

4-itr. Mtthatnmadt teithlaia. 



apaJBawNs tlUah Jtu- 

tn-n-*"V *e*h tlm^z^rould 

ittoHt Wm-to caucago, ox 

Phoenix. %ould waim me 

, r wlth tda expressions of bis 

, . approval and confldeijoe in 

iuhammad -rfvldeneed i*ha < '»tn«-^_ - 

ipth of hft**A In-eae. 4H ! He laft in* in aharie of 

fxertaln "areas he told me to ; the Nation of Uam't -affairs 

dtcUoni -rnyaelt. •--* -when he made a^tUirlmage 

to the Joly £Uy^J»Iecca. I 

wovld have. . JuirJed Jiyiali 

between Mr. Muhammad «*d 

E assassin. ' ■ 

lalUIX ktwia/lTnLa'MI. 
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wetwmal «t*tr «f *»w- be 
mad Bajah MatU g jU j^jgn t 



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ROTffltR MALCOLM, I 
want ■you to become 

known," Mr. Muham- 

d aaid to me. 

"hii, Brother Malcalm. 

ere 1c somethinr that yoa 

to know. Yon wtl) trow 

i hated when you be- 

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Detectives holding concealed 
revolvers set up an unusual 
courtroom shield todry around } 
the third man charged in the 
assassination of Black Ration- 
alist leader Malcolm X. 

ThomaslSX Johnson, 30. a 
member of ~trie~TBack Muslim 
cult that Malcolm deserted to 
form his own rival organization, 
Was taken to Criminal Court un- j 
<ler an unusually heavy guard. J 
* As one detective lead him be-j 
fore Criminal Judge- Reuben' 
Levy, four o:hers stood behind | 
and around him for'the briel ar. 
raignment. 

The four detectives faced the 
crowded «ourLroom, in which 
most of lie spectators were 
Negro, ana each kept his hand 
inside his jacket, resting on the 
butt of his revolver. 
; Levy ordered Johnson held 
(without bail after he saw that 
iJohnson'5 police record indicated 
/nine attests, including; the Jan-. 



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uary rifle assault on Benjamin 
Brown, another defected Black 

Muslim who is a. Correction ^_„ 

Dept. officer. The other arrests [arraignment. 
were mainly for narcotics pes-j. - 
sesion, grand larcehy and pes- 
session of burglary's tools. 

Johnson was the third suspect 
taken into custody jn the assas- 
.sinatioh. The second is Norman 
3X Putler, also a Bronx resident 
First to be arrested was Thomas 
Hagan, alias Talmjadge Haytr, 
who was seized outside the 
Audubon Baliroomi the "U^pper 
Broadway hall where Malcolm 
X was slain. Hayer was shot in 
the leg, allegedly by a Malcolm 
X bodyguard. 

Johnson was charged wiih ', 
"acting in concert with two I 
others'" in the' mujfder. He had ! 



height, thin mustache and light 
complexion, the prisoner did not? 
speak once during this brief 



been questioned at iength in the"! 
presence of his attorney, Charles; 
Beavers, be/or* W was booked} 
yesterday. - . if 

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,By Newton H. Fulbright __ 
or n* *«■•« Mti» ««// 

l. & third suspect, a JO-jew- 
U»W unemployed Negro house 
fainter, tu booked to? police 
^yesterday on chart es of Homi- 
cide to the -slaying last 
.month of black nationalist 
dewier Malcolm X, 
■_■ The suspect, picked up 
< %fter he had made an appeai- 
• «nce to Bronx Criminal Court 
fon an assault clmrfe. Was 
fcWentlflrf as Thomas Johnson 
•0, of 932 Bronx Park South. 
Booked by U. Ludvtt 
.Macho «t tbe W. 100th St. 
ttattoh, the suspect Identified 
himself u Tbomu 15 Z. 

A tall, ■lender umn. with » 
-flight mustache, the suspect 
, 4poke without emotion, riving 
iis address and answering 
that be to not a user of 
drugs. He declined to make 
^ny of the three free tele- 
j>hone calls he was advised 
-he could make, and was re- 
turned to a station bouse 
^eli to a*»Jt arraignment this 
jjnorninn in Criminal Court. 

Assistant District Attorney 
•Her bert J. 6 tern, who intse* 
vieweV Johnson lb tb* pras- 



enee of the suspec t's) atto rney. 
"Charles Betven. ' *ould ~way 
merely: 

1 nave ordered Urn booked 
for the homicide ofj Malcolm 
,T which he perpetrated with 
others." 

Assistant Chief Inspector 
Joseph. U Coyle said. tWe 
didn't boot htm xor! nothing." 

Beyond that* the authorities 
refused to say how Johnson 
was involved in thej slaying of 
the controversial 3&-ye*r-01d 
Negro leader, a defector from 
the Chicago-based btusttm sect 
headed by Elijah Muhammad. 

Muhammad has denied any 
complicity to the Feb. 31 
shooting of Malcolm X, fussed 
down as he arose to address 
a rally of his followers In the 
Audubon Ballroom on the 
upper Weft Side. ' 

Immediately after the fcssas- 
ataaUon, Talmadge Hayer, 22, 
of Paterson, N.J, #a* arrested 
and charted wltii homicide. 
Be was wounded! In the leg 
by a bullet fired by one of 
Malcolm's bodyguards and re- 
. mains In the prison ward at 
Bellevue Hospital 
—The second suspectAIXUttf 
wis Norraa SXi&otlat, whfi 



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PITia r L^TECiTY 
DATE MAR 4 1965 



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AuocLftUd Tttl* 

Thomas 15X Johnson at 
his booking yesterdsr. 

has b«n described by police 
as a Black Jdusllnl "enforcer." 
Johnson and Butler were ar- 
rested after the shooting last 
' Jan. 6 of Benjamin Brown, 31, 
a Negro corrections officer 
employed by the Department 
ot'tinrrnrtinn, Mr. Browii had 
brolten with the Black Mus"" 



and set -up bis own 
mosque. Struck to tht shoul- 
der, h* U reecTerin*:. 

Jo&nson and Butler wers 
scheduled to appear In Bronx 
Criminal Court to plead to an 
Indictment charging them 
with fekmlous assault In the 
attack on the corrections of- 
ficer. Their appearance waa 
adjourned by Bronx Suprems 
Court Justice WOJlam Umu 
when h» learned that Butler 
waa appearim at the asms 
Hint In Manhattan Snsremt 
Court on homicide chargei- 

Johnson apparently went 
home because later Inspector 
Coyle told reporters Johnson 
was taken Into custody at his 
home, 632 Bronx Park South. 

"As a matter of lact." the 
Inspector said, "we didn't 
know it was his home. Our 
detectives had been tailing 
him and when his wlft cast 
out they took him." 

At the time Johnson was 
arrested for shooting the cor- 
rections officer, he gave his 
address at 1041 Bryant Are., 
the Bronx. 

When Malcolm X was slain, 
police suspected five p ersons. 
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subject; mj^lcoI*! K. LITTLE , DSCEASSD 
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het he did not know Malcolm X 



Chief J Padviaed on 3/3/65 that there here been 

no signs of" movement «t the grave of Malcolm X and that a patrol 
car regularly drives through the cemetery on half hour Intervals. 
He will advise ua of any activity at all ih the area of this g rave, 
^kejhiefaleo advised thai he will have Detective Sgt^ 
^ ■make the photo^^^^^hle to the FBI which were t alee a 
on2/Z77©5« At present^ |Jis in Albany and the photos 
are in the process of being developed* 




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tftoe Fif$t~Contoct 
With Muhammad 

.i . - 

r "• Malcolm JCt mind u fired fcy tfce to» c fcwp of 
jBlock Mudim leader Elijah Muhammad at this fourth 
r^BTticle of hit own life story gett undemiiy." The Black 
'fS'miionaliu'i muiabiogrtphy, prepared with Alex Boley, 
3*//er» his vtrtion of how he earn* to be ihe -extremUt 
••Jeader he kvj, mnd who** muamnetioii trauted few* 
^Xf widespread bloodshed. 

t WROTE TO THE HONORABLE ELIJAH MUHAM- 
MAD. He tent me a typed reply. It hkd an all but 
electrical effect on me to actually see tto£ signature ot 
The Messenger of Allah. Be told me to have courage, 
" £e even enclosed some money for me, a tlte-doUar bilL 
Mr. Muhammad to this day sends money all over the 
rkeountry to prison inmates who write to Ihlxn. 
'* 1 began pretty soon to write to people tn the 
rAostlinc world that I bad known, •ach as my clow 
"friend Sammy, or the different dope peddlers. 1 told 
;tbem air about ADah and Islam and Mr. Elijah Ma- 
frimTmfl 

What curely went on the Harlem and Boxbsry 

arires wa* that "Detroit Bed." In "stir," either was 

jolng crazy, ox he was trying some "feyrjo" to shake up 

Ijhe warden's office, through writing what the ptfgon 

jctnsors obtiously would report, 

••■ . J got frustrated at how z couldn't comas what I wanted 

;|Mofirty in ittten. When I started turns to Ifltsre what to do 

.Jftwtt that. I •** that the bat thtm I ewiM p*. bold ot n* 

p>. dictionary to study, to team some vordf. ' "- 

-■*•- Probably I spent -two 6*jt Jart wmWm*r-*mt*. 

INi'inlj the paces ot fcbat dictionary. 1 »v«r n*d realised 



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wayTSSw to just start some 
kind of action, I began copy* 
Jug. In a couple of weeks, 
without having had any origi- 
nal intention In the world of 
even thinking of doing such a 
thing, the A section of the 
dictionary had filled a -whole 
tablet, and I just naturally 
went on into the B'a. 

That was the way I started 
Copying, eventually, the en- 
tire dictionary. It went a lot 
: faster after, throurb the 
practice. I had picked up 
band writing .peed. 

It was inevitable, I suppose, 
that as my word base broad* 
ened. for the first time, 1 
could pick up a book and 
actually understand what the 
book was eaying. 



«tliC!he told me tbjieach 
hair of Thy beard tu*? 






I HAD MEANWHILE been 
transferred to Norfoli 
ft-ison Colony, a rehabilital 
•iion center for model prison!- 
ers- This was because my dis- 
position had Improved and 
because Ella was working for 
tee with the authorities out- 
Bide. 

- Let me tell you something! 
From then until I left that 
prison, within its routine, in 
all or the free time 1 bad. X 
■was In the library picking up 
more books. 

;Two other areas of experi- 
ence which have been ex- 
tremely formative in my life 
•ere first tasted there In 
prison. For one thing I bad 
my first experiences in com- 
municating Mr. Muhammad'* 
teachings to tome *t tbe 
black prisoners. And, the 
other thing, when I had read 
enough to know something t« 
talk witii, I began to get Into 
the weekly debating ptm- 
gram— my baptism into pnb- 
U - — — * 



- I'd , "kn ock out" m y brother 
jRegtnaTd when he nsiteo me~ 



tln prtaon, telling him things 
I'd found that documented 
■■- the Muslim teachings. 
; But Reginald. I learned 
\ later, had actually been sus- 
1 vended from the Nation d 
r islam by The Messenier 
\ Elijah Muhammad, charged 
[ with Immorality. 
• After be bad learned *be 
truth, and had aecepted ithe 
i truth and the laws «f 'U>e 
Muslim, he still was repbrt- 
J edlr carrying on Improper! re- 
! Utions with tome woman ot 
bis who lived in New Tot*. 
Some other Muslims who 

\ learned of it had rJaade 
charges against Reginald to 
Mr. Muhammad in Chicago, 
and Mr. Muhammad had 
, suspended Reginald, 



I 



WAS IN A TORMENT, 
finally, I wrote to Mr. 
Muhammad, trying to de- 
fend my brother, appealing 
for him. I told him what 
Reginald wa« to me, what my 
brother meant to me. 

I put the letter Into the box 
for the prison censor. Then! 
all of the rest of that night, 
I prayed to Allah. I don't 
think that anyone «er| prayed 
wift T f «lncere lf to Allah. I 
yrayed for aome aJai ffj^ 



Uef from my terrible eonfn- 
lalon. 

It was that night, or, 
'rather, it was the next night, 
1 Uy on my bed. And 1 sud- 
denly, with a start, became 
aware of a man sitting beside 
me In my chair. He had on a 
dark suit, I remember, I 
could aee him a* plainly as I 
see anyone I look at. He 
twasn't black,' and he wasn't 
white. He was light-brown- 
pinned. 

| He Just mat there. Then, u 
suddenly a* tie had come, he 
was gone- Later, of course, I 
learned that my prevision 
was of Master W. D. I*ard, 
the Messiah, who had ap- 
pointed Mr. Elijah Muham- 
mad u His Lest Messenger to 
the black People of North 



GRADUALLY I £AW THE 
chafitUement of Allah— 
i what Christians would oall 
■ "the curse" come upon Regi- 
i nald.He had begun to lose 
! Ills mjnd— « we know it. 
In prison, since I bad be. 
eontf a Muslim, I had grown 
ja bearfl. Be visited me, he 
"Twted nerroialy about mnii 



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make. He saw makes every- 
where. 

He next began to believe 
that he was the Messenger 

of Allah. 

And. finally, he began say- 
ing that he was greater than 
Allah. 
Anthorltlee » I e k e i vp 
; Reginald, and he was put into 
■ an asylum, and stayed. 
I It was spring, 1852, when 
I Joyously wrote to Mr. Elijah 
Muhammad and to my family 
that the Massachusetts state 

! parole board had voted that 
I should be released. 
My record was good, and It 
may have helped that they 
knew I was a Muslim. Maybe 
they wanted me removed 
from spreading Mr. Muham- 
mad's teachings among other 
Negro conviets. 

I was paroled Into the 
custody of my oldest brother, 
Wilfred, In Detroit, who now 
managed a furniture store. 
Wilfred got the man who 
owned the store to sign that 
soon release I would Immedi- 
ately be given employment. 
Wilfred invited me to share 
bis home and I gratefully 
accepted. 

The. furniture store that 
my brother Wilfred managed 
was right la the black ghetto 
of Detroit. 

k NOTHTNO DOWN adver- 
tisements drew poor Negroes 
I: into that store like flypaper! 
Jltwaa a ahame, the way they 
paid probably three and four 
Mimes what the furniture had 
'cost, because they could get 

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Went 'Fitking' in Recruitment Drive" 

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cheap, «-audy-Iocfcing Junk 
that you can «e in any of 
Che black ghetto furniture 
•teres today. Fabrics were 
atapled on the sofbas. Imi- 
tation "leopard akin" bed* 
spreads, "tiger skin" rugs, 
tuch (tut( as thai 



agreeing to hithwiy-robbery" tt» Messenger rtro de. en- 
rates in the **"* fir*'"* °* the" imu*Wng 
•trapping "Fruit of Islam" 
guards. 
The Messenger, compared 



print that never was read. 

■JLIOBOtTE NO. 1 IN 0E- 
■"* TROIT was the tint 
mosque to be formed, back In 
1M1, by Master W. D. Fard 
and the Messenger Elijah 
Muhammad. I had never seen 
any Christian-believing Ne- 
groes conduct themselves like 
the Muslims wuo came, the 
Individuals and the families 
•like. The men were quietly, 
tastefully dressed. The wom- 
en wore ankle-length gowns, 
no makeup, and scarves 
covered their heads. The 
children were mannerly and 
neat. 

On the Sunday Wort 
Labor Day in 19 SZ Detroit 
Marcne No. l Muslims went 
tb a motor caravan, about 
19. automobile* of Bf, to visit 
the Chicago Motqtte >o. 1 l« 
heir, in person The Mes- 
senger ElUah Muhammad. 

I was unprepared, totally. 
lor the Messenger Elijah 
Muhajnmad's physical Im- 
pact upon my emotion a. 
From the rear of Mosque No. 
3 he came toward the plat- 
form. The small, brown face, 
the sensitive, gentle face that 
I had studied oh photographs 



to them, teemed fragile, a)- 
WMt tiny. He and the Fruit 
•f Islam were dressed In dark 
■niti, white shirts and bow 
ties. The Messenger wore a 
foM-embroidered feg. Bear- 
ing bis valet, I gat leaning 
forward, riveted npon his 
words. 

That Sunday after the 
meeting Mr. Muhammad, who 
had been Wilfred's boose- 
guest. Invited oar entire 
family group and minister 
Lemuel Hassan to be his 
' guests for dinner at his new 
home. 

I talked with my brother 
Wilfred back in Detroit. I 
ttterti my services to our 
mosque's minister, Lemuel 
Hassan. He shared my deter- 
mination that we should 
apply the Messenger's 
methods in a recruitment 
drive. 

Beginning that day, every 
evening, straight from work 
at the furniture store, I went 
doing what we Muslims later 
came to call "fishing." I knew 
the streets' language, and its 
thinking. "My man, let me 



% would see-clumsy, cal- 
loused hands scratching * h ft \l t i ,iL - J had seen It m dm mi. (iiUkjour «oat to something 

) signatures on the contract, was fixed straight ahead aa — ." 

, My nfiplleaUon had of 
•stmrse, been made, and I 
received from Chicago my 
^X" during this time. The 
X for the Muslim was symbol 
for the true African family 
name that he never could 
know; it would replace the 
white-ilavemaster name 
which had been imposed 
«pea my -p ate rnal ■ f orebc av r g - 
hy some blue-eyed devil, a 
fceant. the receipt of my X, 
ihat In the Nation of Islam 
Jimraaiter I would be known 
•e Malcolm X. _ — 



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I KEEP HAVING to remind 
myself that once Mosque No. 
7 In New York City was * 
, tittle store front. We discov- 
■• ~~ ~ ered the best 
• fishing audi- 

ence of ail, 
by far the 
best condi- 
tioned audi- 
ence for Mr. 
Muhammad's teachings; the 
stian churches. We went 
tg fast and furiously 
»n those little evangelical 
awrefront churches let out 
their 30 to 50 people on the 
sidewalk. "Come to hear us, 
brother, sister—" These con- 
gregationa were usually 
southern migrant people, usu- 
ally older people, who would 
go anywhere to hear what 
- tbey called "good preaching." 
These were the church con- 
gregations who were always 
putting out little sign an- 
nouncing that inside tbey 
vara selling fried-chicken! 

and-chitter lings dinners \i 
raise some money. And thre^ 
or four nights a week tbey 
were in their storefront re- 
hearsing for the next Sunday, 
I guess shaking and rattling 
and rolling the Gospels with 
their guitars and tambourines. 
I kuew the mosque that I 
could baUd If I coukt really 
'' get to those Christians. 

" -BUT I KNEW also that 

Strict .moral code of discipline 
'was what repelled them most 

1 fired at this point, at the 

reason for our code: '.The 
r white jnan wants black men 

to stay immoral, unclean and 

ignorant" 

The code, of course, bad to 
, be explained to any who 
f wift ftullffiely mORBeTA 



b ecoming M uslims, Any for* 
nicatTolf Was absuluieij fer- 
bidden in the Nation oi Islam. 
Any eating of the filthy pork, 
or other in jurio us 1 or un- 
healthy foods: any use of to- 
bacco, alcohol, or narcotics. 
No Muslim could dance, 
gamble, date, attend movies, 
or sports, or take long vaca- 
tions from work. Muslims 
slept no more than health re- 
qirired. Any domestic quar- 
reling, and discourtesy, espe- 
cially to women, was disal- 
lowed. No .lying, or stealing 
was permitted, or no insub- 
ordination to civil authority, 
except on the grounds of re- 
ligious obligation. 



OUB MORAL LAWS wen 

Uced by our Fruit [rf Islaia 

ile and dedicated up 
Muslim men. Infrai- 
j tjons resulted in suspension 
t by Mr, MuhammadJ or Isola- 
j tion for various periods, or 

even expulsion for the worst 
j offenses, "from the only 
' group that cares about you." 
' We had grown, Iby 1856— 
'.well, tiiable. Eveify mosque 

had fished with enough sue- 

icess that there werje far mo 
Muslims especially In " 
major dties of Detroit, 
eago, and New Jtut 
anyone ever would hi 
guessed from the outside. In 
fact, as you knew, in the 
really big dties you can have 
a very big organization that, 
If it makes so public show, 



aware that ft Is stand. 

I .haven't made toy men- 
tion of It before now, but I 
had always been io very care- 
ful to stay completely clear 
any personal closeness 



no other In terests, wpe c ia lly , 
I felt, no women. But T naorft 
been involved with many mos- 
ques where at least one tingle 
slater hadn't let out some broad 
hint that the thought t needed 
a wife. 

Then this particular sister— 

well, to 1936, she Joined Mosque 

No, 7, 1 Just noticed her, not 

with the slightest Interest, you 

understand. For about the next 

year I Just noticed her. You 

know. It was lister Betty X 

the Was tall. Brown-akinned— 

J darker than I was. And she had 

. brown eyes. But I didn't pay 

. too much attention. 

Teaches Hygiene Clan 
I knew she was i'native of 
Detroit, and that at Tuskegee 
Institute down there in Ala- 
bams, she had been a student— 
aff education n-*jor. -She wis 
Wi New York attending one 41 
thfe big hospitals* school <tt 
niksing. She lectured to the 
Muslim girls' and women's 
classes no hygiene and medical 
facta. 

Ode day I thought It would 
help the women's classes If I 
took bar — Just because she 
happened to be an Instructor— 
to the Museum of Natural His- 
tory. 1 wanted to show her 
some museum displays having 
to do with the family tree of 
•volution that would help her 
BJ her lectures. 1 eould show 
her actual proofs of Mr. Mu- 
hammad's warning! of such 
things as that the filthy pig 
Is only a large rodent. The pig 
is a graft between a rat, cat 



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MALCOLM X 

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taught. 

Tfctakt «f Marriage 

Then, right after that, one of 

the older alsters confided to 

me a personal problem that 

lister Betty X was having. 

told 



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Iluitfeji, or they'd cut off tar 

ituylflmcfcool fin ancing. 

I got to turning IT over In' my 
totad. Wh«t would b»ppen If I 
just should happen, sometime, 
to maybe think about maybe 

rttlng married to somebody? 
*as to shocked, at myself, 
; when I realized what I was 
, thinking, 1 quit going anywhere 
itfoiad Sister Betty X, or any- 
where 1 knew she would be. 
(Because she sure wasn't going 
to save any chance to embar- 
*a*s me. I had heard too many 
iwomen bragging, like, "I told 
/that chump 'Get lost!'" I'd 
had too much of all kinds of ex- 
perience to make a man very 
cautious. 

Visit to Chicago 
But I told The Honorable 
Elijah Muhammad, when I 
visited him In Chicago that 
month, that 1 was thinking 
about a very serious step. He 
Milled when he heard what It 
*as, Mr. Muhammad said that 
he'd like to meet this sister. 
Jfhe Nation by this time w*a 
fftanciaily able enough that t « 
elbenses could be borne for d. f- 
fvent Instructor sisters, (ran 
different mosques, to be sent 
on a trip to Chicago to attend 
the Headquarters Mosque No. 
% women's classes, and, while 
there, to meet The Honorable 
Elijah Muhammad in person. 
Sister Betty X, of course, knew 
all about this, so there was 
nothing for her to think when 
it was arranged for- her to go 
to Chicago. And like all visiting 
instructor sisters she was the 
house guest of The Messenger 
and Sister Clara Muhammad. 
Married by "Devil" 
The Honorable Elijah Mu- 
hammad told me he thought 
Sister Betty X was a fine Bis- 
ter, who would make a good 
Muslim wife. I proposed to her 
direct, "Look, do you want to 
get married?" She acted all 
■urari.ced and shaaltad—Jhe 
more I have thought about it, 
to this day I believe she was 



| putting on u let. Because 
women "kffl w. "<• «- * - 

W MS* hunchbacked white 
devil performed the wedding. 

We lived for the next two- 
and-a-half years in Queens, 
New York, aharing a bouae of 
two amall apartments with 
Brother John All and his wife. 
He's the national secretary In 
Chicago. 

Daughter Bon la >H 

Attllah, our oldest daughter, 
was born in November, WS8. 
fibe'i named for AtUla, the 
Hun. [He sacked Rome.) 
Shortly after Attllah came, we 
moved to our present seven- 
room home in so all-nlsck; sec- 
ti on of Que ens. _ 
"XH6tlftr*girl, Qujblahln'a'rnaj 
after Emperor Kubla Khan], 



grs>i a^Jjba^Hn afeacking 
Dteift't. 

X>t. C. Irlc LJneohVi book 
■bout ni was published amid 
widening controversy about us ' 
Muslims, just about the time 
that we were atarting to pm un 
our first big mass rallies. Now ■ 
this book's title was ^facfc 
Vtittfm* in America. And we 
never could get that "Black 
Muslim" name dlalodged. Later 
Mr. Muhammad directed that 
we would admit the white 
preK. Fruit of Islam men 
thoroly searched them,« ev- 
eryone elae was searched—their 
.notebooks, their cameras, cam- 



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». ri.IT Ai. -. T*° J i |^««wom, weir cameras, cam- 
S5 *%? on Christmas d^y ofi era cases, sad whatever elae 
i960. Then, flyasah "Dyai" Is J they carried. 
Arabic for Elijah) was born lo J W» were watched. Our phones 

i ul iv I 1 2 .M We . have m ^ * I were U W* d « V ' ••« on my 
lourth child, who was gofhg to (home phone right today "Im 

be named "Lamumba," but it f going to bomb the Empire State 
turned out to be another) girl. 8 building," 1 guarantee you that 
•And she has the feminine form, R in fir* minutes It would be sur- 
"Lamumbah," with an "b\" j reunited, Speaking p u b 1 i cly 
During the next years, |radio somatomes I'd guess whi'h 
and television people began ffaceljb the audience w?e 
asking me to defend our lotion |FBI or other types of scenA) 
of Islam's program in * pa*?} Both the police and the FBI in- 
dil[cussiona" and "detjatif" tently and persistently visited 

ijand questioned us. Mr. Mu- 
hammad aaid, "I do- not fear 
them, I have ai] that I need, 
the truth." ' 

Wanned by Approval 
The New. York Times report-, 
ed me to be, according to a poll 
which the Times had made on 
college and .university cam- 
puses, "U* second most sought 
after" speaker at colleges and 
universities, The speaker ahead 
of me, "most sought after," 
, was Sea. Barry Goldwster 

The Honorable Elijah Muham- 
mad, etch time I would go to 
see him in Chicago, or Phoe- 
nix, would warm me with his 
expressions of bis approval and 
confidence in me. He left me 
in charge of the Nation of is- 
lam'* affairs when he made a 
pilgrimage t» the Holy City, 
. M ecca..j.w ould h yii hprjri 
„■ .„ „___, _* iityaoli between Mr. Muham- 

IISTER BETTY Xf ■ mad and an assassin. 

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\fiO& biil «jch in Bronx Crim- 
-GasrLyesterdar for hearing 
londay on a gun charge. They 
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